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Dialogues on Diversity - The Movement



 

Tuesday, February 14

6 – 7:30 PM

Farragut Ballroom

Event article:  Times-News Herald

As part of the social justice series sponsored by the College of Education and Health Sciences, you are invited to a dynamic campus presentation.

The Movement -One Actor, Ten Characters,

Half-century of Race Relations

 

Written & performed by

Emmy Award Winner Ron Jones.

 

“Takes the audience on a poignant & comedic journey through the changing face of the African American experience.”

 

performance will be followed up by an open discussion with the audience.

This event is free and open to the public.

All are welcome for this special Black History Month event.

 

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The Black-Jew Dialogues

A Multicultural Comedy

 

Public Health Program is hosting a special event called The Black-Jew Dialogues. 
The TUC Public Health Program and Dialogues on Diversity present The Black-Jew Dialogues, a provocative, funny play created to encourage discussion about race and diversity in America. This extraordinary two-actor play explores the absurdity of prejudice and racism and the power of diversity. The program combines fast-paced sketches, improvisations, multi-media, puppets, a game show, and a post-show discussion. 

 

Please join us for the performance and lunch on:

Thursday, November 17 @ 12 pm in Farragut Ballroom.

 

 

BJ Dialogues