Black History Month - videos
by Reed College
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Black History Month 2009 at Reed celebrated music, political activism, and scholarship. The program opened February 6 and 7 with a master class and performance by award-winning composer and pianist Geri Allen. A second event, February 21, brought internationally known writer, scholar, and activist Angela Davis to campus. The program concluded with a lecture by historian Nell Irvin Painter on February 28.
|1||VideoNell Painter 2/28/09: Reed College Black History Month 2009||Nell Irvin Painter, a leading U.S. historian, is Edwards Professor of American History, Emerita, Princeton University.||2/28/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoAngela Davis 2/21/09: Reed College Black History Month 2009||Angela Davis is an internationally known writer, scholar, and activist who has been deeply involved in the struggle for economic, racial, and gender equality in the United States.||2/21/2009||Free||View in iTunes|