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BaddDDD SONIA SANCHEZ FILM SCREENING

BaddDDD SONIA SANCHEZ FILM SCREENING

BaddDDD SONIA SANCHEZ FILM SCREENING Monday, March 13, 2017 4PM – 7 PM at the California NanoSystems Institute @ UCLA Film Screening will be followed by a discussion with Sonia Sanchez, Reception and Book Signing Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to meet Sonia Sanchez, African-American poet prominently known for her involvement with the Black Arts Movement. To download the […]

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Images in Blackness Series Present Filmmaker, Fred Kuwornu

Images in Blackness Series Present Filmmaker, Fred Kuwornu

Images in Blackness Series Present BLAXPLOITALIAN: 100 Years of Blackness in Italian Cinema A Film by Fred Kuwornu www.blaxploitalian.com The event is on Thursday, February 16, 2017, from 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM at the Black Forum (Haines Hall 153). The event is free. All-day parking ($12) and short-term parking are available; visit the Parking and Information kiosk on Hilgard and Westholme for more information. […]

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Images in Blackness Series Present The Revival: Women and the Word Film Screening

Images in Blackness Series Present The Revival: Women and the Word Film Screening

Images in Blackness Series  in collaboration with UCLA Center for the Study of Women Present The Revival: Women and the Word A Film by Sekiya Dorsett The event is on Thursday, February 9, 2017, from 6:30 pm—8pm at the Black Forum (Haines Hall 153). The event is free. All-day parking ($12) and short-term parking are available; visit the Parking and Information kiosk […]

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Tomorrow (Jan. 25) Images in Blackness Series Presents Pan African Film Festival Directors

Tomorrow (Jan. 25) Images in Blackness Series Presents Pan African Film Festival Directors

Images in Blackness Series Presents 2016 Pan African Film Festival Directors  Tomorrow, January 25th, at 1 PM in the Black Forum Room (Haines Hall 153), the Bunche Center will offer a screening of short films that were featured in the 2016 Pan African Film Festival. The following short films will be shown, followed by a discussion with the directors: About That (Director: […]

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Images in Blackness Series Present Filmmaker Jack Willis in honor of Black History Month

Images in Blackness Series Present Filmmaker Jack Willis in honor of Black History Month

Images in Blackness Series Present Filmmaker Jack Willis in honor of Black History Month Jack Willis is a UCLA alumnus who has written and filmed many award-winning social and cultural documentaries. He is known for his proclaimed films The Streets of Greenwood (1963) about voting rights in Mississippi and Lay My Burden Down (1966) about the plight of black sharecroppers in the […]

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PAFF: Featured Film Discussion Now Available on Bunche TV

PAFF: Featured Film Discussion Now Available on Bunche TV

May 26, 2016 – Now available on Bunche TV, the Bunche Center Images in Blackness Film Series discussion from February 2016 of short films from the Pan African Film Festival. Films being discussed include “Beyond the Passage,” “Fixed,” and “Girls Don’t Do That.” These films explore diversity in the entertainment industry and intersections of identity which will be further discussed […]

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Arthur Ashe: Athlete, Activist, Bruin – Exhibit Runs through 6/30/16

Arthur Ashe: Athlete, Activist, Bruin – Exhibit Runs through 6/30/16

April 27, 2016 – A dominant figure on and off the court, tennis star Arthur Ashe (UCLA ’66) became the first African-American selected to the United States Davis Cup team, won a NCAA singles title, and helped UCLA win the NCAA team title. And that was just during his years at UCLA. He went on to win more than fifty professional […]

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Update – National Poetry Month – Shange Collection to Barnard

Update – National Poetry Month  – Shange Collection to Barnard

UPDATE – April 25, 2016 – The works of feminist poet/playwright Ntozake Shange, have been acquired by the archives at Barnard College, her alma mater. Shange is best known for the poetic play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” which ran for two years on Broadway in the late 1970s. To learn more about Shange, visit […]

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National Poetry Month at the Bunche Center LMC

National Poetry Month at the Bunche Center LMC

Who’s That Poet? In honor of National Poetry Month, this Bunche Center quiz shines light on a renowned African American poet. Check out the Bunche Center’s Library and Media Center for more information on these writers and their work. ( image 1 credit, image 2 credit) A. Which is the correct name of the Claude McKay poem below? “My heart grows […]

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TODAY AT NOON -Whitmire Talks New Book on Harlem Renaissance Librarian Regina Andrews

TODAY AT NOON -Whitmire Talks New Book on Harlem Renaissance Librarian Regina Andrews

Bunche Center Images in Blackness Presents Ethelene Whitmire Discussing her book Regina Andrews, Harlem Renaissance Librarian Thursday November 5, 2015 12:00pm—1:00pm Haines 135 Dr. Ethelene Whitmire will discuss her new biography, Regina Andrews, Harlem Renaissance Librarian. The book offers the first full-length study of Andrews’s sustained efforts to break down racial barriers, activism, and pioneering work with the New York […]

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