From Creole Synthesis to Racial Modernity: An Archaeology of the Native and African American Community in Setauket, New York

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Reminder:

Dr. Christopher Matthews (Monclair State) , a guest of the Departments of Africana Studies and History will talk today, February 15th at 1:00PM in SBS S224, the Robert B. Moore Library.
Dr. Matthews will present the following talk: From Creole Synthesis to Racial Modernity: An Archaeology of the Native and African American Community in Setauket, New York
 
Refreshments served.
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BLACK HISTORY MONTH UNITY FORUM: DOES THE AFRO-AMERICAN DREAM EXIST OR IS IT TOO LATE?

Wednesday, Feb 8, 20176:00 PM – 8:00 PM (ET)

West Campus – Humanities – 1006

100 Nicolls Road

Stony Brook NY11794 

This event will bring a diverse group of African American and Latino students together to discuss the Afro-American Dream: Does is exist or is it too late? For more information about Black History Month »

Sponsored by the: Black History Month Committee, the Humanities Institute, and the Department of Africana Studies
For more information, please contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at: 631-632-7320.