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Urafiki

November 04, 2011
Location: Klyn Hall

Ursuline College presents the 21st Annual Urafiki Program Honoring African American Graduates

“The Black/African American Woman” Part 1 of a three year series: Part 2 “The Black/African American Man”, Part 3 “A Healing Dialogue between African American Men and Women”
Friday, November 4, 2011
6-7 PM Social Hour
7-9 PM Program Klyn Hall

Featuring:
Dr. Rhonda Williams, Speaker
Director, Social Justice Institute/Alliance and Tenured Associate Professor,
Department of History, Case Western Reserve University
May Wykle, PhD, RN, FAAN, Distinguished Elder
Dean Emerita, Professor of Nursing, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

Performance By:
The School of the Arts Performing Choir
Directed by Dianna White Gould

Free and Open to the Public
In order to ensure sufficient seating please RSVP: 440 646 8322
Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs of Ursuline College

Urafiki is a Swahili word, which means friendship. This Afro-centric program allows individuals to learn of the richness, depth and antiquity of the Black culture while mentoring and developing friendships and leadership skills.

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