June 30, 2006
Vol. 36, Issue 12
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$6M for student aid
What teenagers want
House bill supports South Lawn
Digest
Headlines
The power of food
Charting a new course for Semester at Sea
Leaps and bounds
Joyriders vs. jaywalkers
Declaration of Independence exhibit at library open on July 4
African-American Affairs summer film series
Heritage Repertory Theatre indulges in 'Nunsense'
Fixing the hands of time

 

African-American Affairs summer film series

“Crash” July 12
“The Learning Tree” July 19
“Hotel Rwanda” July 26

When: July 12, 19, 26, 5 p.m.

Where: Kaleidoscope at Newcomb Hall

The University of Virginia has among the highest African-American graduation and retention rates in the nation and this is largely due to the efforts of the Office of African-American Affairs. Since its creation in 1976, the OAAA has been instrumental in implementing programs and outreach that enhance the University’s sensitivity and awareness of African-American issues, culture and history. One of the current programs is the Summer Film Series, which features a weekly movie examining some aspect of African-American culture. The Series began on June 14 and features movies on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in Kaleidoscope at Newcomb Hall, through July 26. Probing such issues as the history of race relations in America and social divisions within the African-American community, the upcoming movies are in the grey box. For more information, visit www.virginia.edu/oaaa/summerfilm2006.htm



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