In celebration of Black History, please join us for a lecture titled, "The Sramble for Africa in the 21st Century" by renowned author and historian C.R. Gibbs at the Francis A. Gregory Library.
The lecture will be held in the second floor meeting room.
In celebration of Black History, please join us for a lecture foccussing on the African presence around the world by renowned author and historian C.R. Gibbs at the Francis A. Gregory Library.
The lecture will be held in the second-floor meeting room.
Join Dominique Broadway, a dynamic and savvy personal finance powerhouse, for a financial checkup workshop and learn how to get your money right in 2015.
Dominique has received national acclaim from Money Under 30 and Smart CEO.
During the workshop, you will have an opportunity to learn more about the following topics:
Building a strong financial foundation
Managing Credit and Debt
Investing and Retirement
In celebration of 2015 Black History Month, renowned trial lawyer William R. “Billy” Martin will discuss the topic "Is Stand Your Ground Law a Great Idea Today?"
Mr. Martin, a guest commentator for MSNBC’s PoliticsNation during the George Zimmerman (Trayvon Martin) trial June to July in 2013, focuses on complex civil and white collar litigation before state and federal courts. He has tried more than 160 cases that have involved large corporations and high profile figures.
Join Dr. Robert Beauchamp, retired Professor and Director of the Environmental Studies and Management Program at UMD
for a lecture on global climate change.
Dr. Beauchamp will discuss topics related to this pressing issue and answer any questions Mt. Pleasant community members might have. Come learn about and discuss:
Are you a fan of quirky medical cinema? Can't get your fix at the local IndieKinoPlex? Want to outnerd the wonkiest of your friends? Stop by the Georgetown Neighborhood Library for a screening of Selections From the National Library of Medicine Film Collection, featuring Michael Sappol of the National Library of Medicine.
In honor of Black History Month, the first District of Change of 2015 will explore: Is D.C. Still Chocolate City?
The District of Columbia has always been rich in black culture and history. How will the more recent years of urban development and gentrification alter the racial, cultural, and political map of our city?
University of Maryland Professor and author Mary Helen Washington presents her new book, The Other Blacklist: The African American Literary and Cultural Left of the 1950, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library's Black Studies Center.