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Black History Month: African Americans in Times of War

Following the national theme distributed by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), this lecture and discussion lead by Jason Seals will focus on African Americans in Times of War. 

Professor Seals currently serves as Department Chair of Ethnic Studies and Professor of African American Studies at Merritt College, where his work focuses on student preparation and development, innovative and instructional practices, and institutional learning outcomes. Seals has over 10 years of experience in youth service and community work having taught ethnic studies and manhood development courses at multiple Bay Area colleges and high schools.  He is committed to social justice, so he carries on the tradition of activist-intellectual, using his knowledge and experience to address critical social issues and empower individuals for personal and social change. 

This program is a partnership with the Eden Rose chapter of the Links, Incorporated and the Women's Ministry at Palma Ceia Baptist Church.

Earlier Event: December 16
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Later Event: February 8
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