Challenging Incarceration & Envisioning Freedom

Thursday, April 13th @ 6:30 p.m.

West Room, Reid Castle; Manhattanville College

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is hosting Ella Baker Day featuring activists, educators  and artists, on “Challenging Incarceration & Envisioning freedomon Thursday. April B at 6:)0 p.m. in the West Room of Reid Castle; Manhattanville College.

All events are free and open to the public,

Dr. Miletsky 2-13-17

To quote the NY TIMES, the Academy Award-nominated “I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO” is “One of the best movies you are likely to see this year.” Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson using Baldwin’s own words, the film recounts the relationship between Baldwin and three murdered icons of the civil rights era. Co-sponsored by the Africana Studies Department at Stony Brook University. Guest Speakers

Dr. Zebulon Miletsky, Africana Studies Department & Author and Baldwin confidant, colleague and friend, Prof. Michael Thelwell, Department of African-American Studies, Umass-Amherst (Emeritus)

Co-sponsored by the Africana Studies Department at Stony Brook University 

Seasons Greetings.

You are cordially invited to the annual AFS Graduate Student Colloquium on Wednesday, December 7th at 1:00PM in the Richard B. Moore Library, SBS S224.

Come hear about AFS graduate student projects and celebrate the holidays.
Angelique Lucien 

Shushank Chibber 

Lunch will be served. Please post/circulate.

Please join us for the AFS Graduate Student Colloquium scheduled for (Today)

Wednesday, May 4th 1PM in the Richard B. Moore Library, SBS S224.
Lunch from Eastern Pavilion will be served.

The Department of Africana Studies is proud to announce two scholarship opportunities:
The Richard B. Moore Scholarship ($500)

The Bliss Verdon Scholarship (two awards for $500 each or one award for $1,000)
Please contact Ann Berrios in AFS for applications.
The completed application materials must be hand delivered to the Department of Africana Studies no later than 12Noon on Friday, April 29th, 2016.