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Black History Month

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201 Drama, dance, music discussion will highlight Black History Month (February) at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:359, p.1
1/23/1990 Niambi Webster, Charles Taylor, and the Muntu Dance Theatre appear at the Kamerick Art Center for Black History Month celebrations. Other activities include blues and choir concerts, Casino Night, a live play, and a drill team performance.
202 Black Support Network sponsoring Black History Month Essay Contest at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:354, p.1
1/22/1990 Ronald Green, president of the Black Support Network, organizes a Black History Month essay contest. Entries must be at least five-hundred words in length. Winners will receive up to two-hundred dollars from University Book and Supply.
203 Black history month activities are continuing at the University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:307, p.1
2/20/1989 Northern Iowa Gospel Choir will perform. Activities will conclude with a "Soul and Louisiana Cuisine Dinner."
204 UNI plans Black History Month
Lilledahl--Jeanne (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 85:34, p.1
2/3/1989 Detailed look at upcoming programs.
205 The civil rights struggle -- working to keep the dream alive.
Public Relations News Release 1988:272, p.1
1/30/1989 Jim Johnson says while the 60's are associated with sweeping changes in civil rights, the struggle is a continuous one. The Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action raises questions whether past civil rights progress is slowly being lost.
206 Northern Iowa Black History Month activtives feature drama, music, issues.
Public Relations News Release 1988:275, p.1
1/27/1989 Februaury's Black History actvities include, presentations, videos, live music/folk theatre, and a dance, activities will conclude with a "Soul and Louisiana Cuisine Dinner."
207 Black History Month activities are continuing at the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:262, p.1
2/12/1988 The Ethnic Minorities Cultural and Educational Center sponsors a tribute to African American theater and a "Soul Food Dinner" held in the Northern Iowa Commons. Other activities include slideshow presentations on black history.
208 National tour of Broadway hit musical "Purlie" to include Northern Iowa performance Feb. 20 (Saturday)
Public Relations News Release 1987:263, p.1
2/12/1988 The Ethnic Minorities Cultural and Educational Center sponsors a staging of the award winning musical comedy "Purlie". The performance is held in the Auditorium building as a part of the University's Black History Month activities.
209 Celebrate Black History Month; Recognition of rights, achievements gained through Black History Month
Gardner--Michelle
Northern Iowan 84:34, p.8
2/2/1988 Brief look at history highlights.
210 EMCEC designed to reflect various cultural differences
Halder--Connie
Northern Iowan 84:34, p.9
2/2/1988 EMCEC will be center of Black History Month activities.
211 Northern Iowa Black History Month activities feature drama, music, humor, issues
Public Relations News Release 1987:235, p.1
1/26/1988 Black History Month activities begin with a candlelight ceremony held in Maucker Union. Activities continue with tribute to African American theater and a "Soul Food Dinner" in the Commons.
212 Hit musical "One Mo' Time" plays here Thursday
Danielson--Darwin W. (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 83:40, p.10
2/24/1987 Show preview; photo.
213 Broadway musical comedy hit 'One Mo' Time' comes to UNI stage Thursday (Feb. 26)
Public Relations News Release 1987:232, p.1
2/20/1987 The EMCEC, Cedar Arts Forum ,and Agency 7 sponsor a showing of "One Mo' Time", a Broadway tribute to black entertainment in New Orleans in the 1920s. The show was performed in the Auditorium Building as a part of the Black History Month celebrations.
214 UNI Black History Month finale - "One Mo' Time"
Public Relations News Release 1987:228, p.1
2/20/1987 Black History Month celebrations come to a close with the off-Broadway production, "One Mo' Time" in the Auditorium Buliding. The performance is a tribute to black Vaudeville entertainment of the 1920s. Tickets were distributed by the Cedar Arts Forum.
215 Black History Month begins tomorrow: comedian Dick Gregory scheduled as keynote speaker Thursday
Moriarity--Kris
Northern Iowan 83:34, p.9
2/3/1987 Jay T. Hairston talks about the upcoming events; photo.
216 'Waterloo's black history' topic for UNI history series Feb. 4
Public Relations News Release 1986:189, p.1
1/27/1987 Professors Ruth Bluford Anderson and Ada Tredwell conducted a series of lectures on black history in Waterloo from 1900 to 1940. The lectures were sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta, the Historical Association, and the Department of History.
217 Activist/comedian Dick Gregory to headline UNI Black History Month
Public Relations News Release 1986:188, p.1
1/27/1987 Dick Gregory, comedian and human rights activist, performed in the Auditorium to kick off the Black History Month activities. Other activities include a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., musical performances, poetry, and a raffle by Alpha Kappa Alpha.
218 UNI Black History Month celebration
Public Relations News Release 1986:190, p.1
1/27/1987 Black History Month celebrations were kicked off with a performance by comedian Dick Gregory in the Auditorium Building. The events were sponsored by the Ethnic Minorities Cultural and Educational Center.
219 King headlines Black History Month activities
Northern Iowa Today 14:2, p.7
3/1/1986 Yolanda King will speak; brief list of other events.
220 Interpretive dancers to perform
Benzing--Shelley
Northern Iowan 82:39, p.3
2/28/1986 Visions, Etc. will perform as part of the Black History Month celebration.
221 King to speak
Benzing--Shelley
Northern Iowan 82:36, p.10
2/18/1986 Yolanda King will speak during Black History Month.
222 Scholars work to preserve blacks' contribution to U. S.
Welch--James D. (Laboratory School Faculty)
Northern Iowan 82:36, p.14
2/18/1986 Evelyn Patterson Burrell, a retired professor from Boston, is working to ensure that U. S. citizens are aware of the roles that blacks have played in our nation's history.
223 Yolanda King to speak on UNI campus Thursday (Feb. 20)
Public Relations News Release 1986:258, p.1
2/13/1986 King is the oldest daughter of the late Martin Luther King, Jr; her visit is sponsored in conjunction with Black History Month; she will discuss current human rights movements and her efforts to further them.
224 'Black Women: Achievements Against the Odds' is art exhibit displayed at UNI's Maucker Union during Black History Month
Public Relations News Release 1986:251, p.1
2/10/1986 The exhibit will be in the Maucker Union's Main Gallery; the set of twenty posters were produced by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and they highlight 120 women from 16 subject areas from over the past 200 years.
225 Yolanda King, Milton Biggham to headline February Black History Month events at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:246, p.1
2/6/1986 King is the daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr and Biggham is a 1980 Grammy Award winner and recording artist; Biggham will lead a three-part gospel music workshop.
226 Students learn history of unique music form as members of new UNI gospel choir
Public Relations News Release 1985:153, p.1
11/20/1985 The gospel choir started this fall and will perform its first holidy concert in December; Hairston founded the choir and also sings in it; the choir has already performed at an NAACP Freedom Banquet and has received other invitations to perform.
227 Untitled
Reese--Gregory B. (Classes of 1989 and 2002)
Northern Iowan 81:40, p.8
3/5/1985 Tamara Kutscher and Rhonda Harville serve guests at soul food dinner.
228 Campus celebrates Black History Month
Northern Iowa Today 13:2, p.7
3/1/1985 Highlights of month's events.
229 February is Black History Month
Northern Iowan 81:33, p.16
2/8/1985 Schedule of major events.
230 "Ain't Misbehavin'" performance set for Black History Month
Alumnus 69:4, p.7
1/1/1985 Touring production may visit.
231 Power of nonviolence still a force for social change: King
Alumnus 68:1, p.7
4/1/1984 Excerpts from speech by Coretta Scott King; photo.
232 Month called a success
Northern Iowan 80:42, p.9
3/6/1984 Joe Young looks back at Black History Month.
233 King strives to 'keep dream alive with non-violent social change'
Draper--Heather
Northern Iowan 80:41, p.1
3/2/1984 Extensive excerpts from speech by Coretta Scott King; photo.
234 A dance
Northern Iowan 80:39, p.5
2/24/1984 EMCEC will sponsor dance.
235 Activist King to speak
Northern Iowan 80:39, p.1
2/24/1984 Profile of Coretta Scott King.
236 Untitled
Hansen--Laurie
Northern Iowan 80:38, p.17
2/21/1984 John Bayley performs for Black History Month; photo.
237 Enjoyable experience
Benning--Linda (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 80:37, p.2
2/17/1984 Linda Benning urges people to get involved in Black History Month.
238 Giovanni: Time to make a change in the human condition
Finder--Sally (Student--1983)
Northern Iowan 80:37, p.8
2/17/1984 Excerpts from remarks.
239 Reggae music tomorrow in the Union
Northern Iowan 80:36, p.18
2/14/1984 John Bayley will perform; photo.
240 'Princess of Black Poetry' to speak Monday at UNI
Northern Iowan 80:35, p.12
2/10/1984 Nikki Giovanni will speak; photo.
241 Black History Month off to a start
Cashman--Teresa K. (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 80:34, p.11
2/7/1984 Description of performance by Gil Scott-Heron.
242 Commends Center, encourages attendance
Northern Iowan 80:34, p.2
2/7/1984 UNISA encourages UNI's participation in National Black History Week.
243 EMCEC schedules events
Northern Iowan 80:32, p.1
1/31/1984 Extensive list of activities for Black History Month.
244 Black History Month activities
Hammen--Lori
Northern Iowan 80:30, p.8
1/24/1984 Brief schedule.
245 Blacks & Women in the Media speak out
UNI Century 11:3, p.3
6/1/1983 Review of speakers' messages during Black Heritage Week; speakers included William Raspberry, Lee Thornton, and Carl Rowan; photo.
246 Program tonight
Northern Iowan 79:38, p.7
2/25/1983 Variety show will be in conjunction with Black History Month.
247 Cooper tells students to set goals, motivate themselves
Berger--Karla
Northern Iowan 79:37, p.6
2/22/1983 Excerpts from speech by George Cooper; photo.
248 Ethnic Center's 'open door' policy heightens awareness
Zalog--J. C.
Northern Iowan 79:36, p.11
2/18/1983 Many Black History Month activities will center in EMCEC; photo.
249 Cooper, Murphy to speak as a part of "Education Week"
Northern Iowan 79:35, p.6
2/15/1983 Robert Murphy and George Cooper will speak; photo.
250 Morris calls for involvement
Schimmer--Paula
Northern Iowan 79:35, p.4
2/15/1983 Excerpts from remarks by Robert Morris.

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