In collaboration with the Siegal Lifelong Learning Program, the African American Alumni Association invites you to join us for a Speaker Series event with Dr. Joy Bostic. Dr. Bostic will share a lecture entitled "Good Medicine: Performing African American Spirituals as Remedy":
Historically African American spirituals have served as sources for accessing divine power, engaging in emancipatory actions, and offering social critiques that speak to the personal, communal, and societal ills facing black people and the nation. In this talk, Professor Joy R. Bostic will explore how the structure and performance of African American spirituals reflect and shape models of African American religious practice, public engagement, and social actions that seek to remedy these societal ills and draw upon the power of collective work and organizing.
Doors open at 6:00 p.m., and Dr. Bostic will begin speaking at 6:30 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there.
What should I wear?
Dress for the evening is business casual.
Where should I park?
There is paid parking garage on the south side of campus next to the Veale Athletic Center off of Adelbert Rd. There is also limited street parking near the garage or a parking lot on the other side of the bridge across from Fribley Cafeteria. Severance Hall is also available.
Who do I contact with any questions?
Feel free to contact The Alumni Association at 800.866.6280 or email@example.com
Is my registration transferrable?
Registrations are not transferrable to another individual.
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