PhD student @AishahScott on “Breaking the Cycle: Respectability Politics and #HIV/#AIDS” Wed, Sept. 20th 1PM-2:20PM, SBS S 224 #SBU

Dr. Tracey L. Walters and Africana Studies invite you to the following AFS event:

A talk by Doctoral candidate in History, Aishah Scott entitled:

“Breaking the Cycle: The Socioeconomic Factor, Respectability, Politics and HIV/AIDS”
First in a year-long series of events on Henrietta Lacks

Wednesday, September 11th 1PM-2:20PM

SBS S 224 (The Richard B. Moore Library) Light Refreshments Served.

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Panel Discussion: “Removal of the Monuments to the Confederacy” Wed, Oct. 11, 2017, 4:00PM-5:15PM, UNITI Cultural Center, #SBU @stonybrookU

Dr. Tracey L. Walters invites you to a panel discussion on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 4:00PM-5:15PM in the UNITI Cultural Center, 169 Student Activities Center (SAC) on the following topic:
Removal of the Monuments to the Confederacy

Dr. Georges Fouron (AFS) and Dr. Robert Chase (HIS) will join Stony Brook students in discussing this important topic.
Questions? Please call Ann at 631 632 7470.
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