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Friday, February 17 2017, 8:30 AM to Saturday, February 18 2017, 5:00 PM

As part of Dominican University’s 2017 Black History Month celebration; we would like to send a contingent of interested students, staff and/or faculty to the Chicago SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) conference entitled “From Civil Rights to Black Power: Tracing the African American Freedom Struggle”.  The conference will be held at Roosevelt University from Friday, February 17th-Saturday, February 18th.  You can learn more about the conference by visiting this website: Chicago SNCC Conference Info

Dominican University will pay for the registration cost of interested participants; as well as have a shuttle available both days to provide transportation to and from Roosevelt.  I would appreciate your support by sharing this information with anyone who may be interested – especially students.  Those interested in attending the conference should complete the sign-up by clicking on this link: From Civil Rights to Black Power Conference Sign-up.  The deadline to register for the conference through Dominican University is Friday, February 10th @ 5pm.

Roosevelt University - Chicago Campus

430 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL
Event Category:

CEED 16-17

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