Black History Month Luncheon :: Friday, February 26, noon-1:30pm


Join Us for a Black History Month Luncheon
Friday, February 26, noon-1:30pm
in Cascieri Hall

All are invited!

Keynote Speaker
Dr. Emmett G. Price, III

Dr. Emmett G. Price III has quickly risen as one of the nation's leading experts on African-American music and culture as well as cutting-edge research on bridging the generational divide. A well-regarded musician, educator, speaker, and consultant, Emmett actively researches, lectures, and writes about African-American music with a focus on social, political, economic, cultural, and religious analysis. He is a noted print and broadcast media expert on African-American music and culture, the black church, hip hop culture, and youth culture. Emmett received a B.A. in music from the University of California, Berkeley, and both an M.A. and Ph.D. in music (ethnomusicology) from the University of Pittsburgh. Currently, he serves as chair of the Department of African-American Studies at Northeastern University.

Theme
Standing on the Verge:
From Philosophy to Community Transformation

Please RSVP to Michael James at michael.james@the-bac.edu.

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