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7:00pm
to
8:30pm
  Dr. Ellington Graves on The Long-Term Resiliency of the Black Community.  
(Academic)

Ellington Graves is Director of the Africana Studies Program and Advanced Instructor in the Department of Sociology at Virginia Tech. His research interests include: racial identity, alternative conceptions of racism, and social structure and narrative.

This is the ninth talk in the 2013-2014 speaker series on Human Rights, Reconciliation, and Community Resiliency.

Sponsored by: The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, CLAHS Diversity Committee, Department of Sociology, and the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention.


Location: Fralin Auditorium
Price: Free
Sponsor: CLAHS, CLAHS Diversity Committee, Department of Sociology, CPSVP
Contact: Amy Splitt
E-Mail: amys@vt.edu
540-231-2345
   
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