The international Black and Cuba roadshow continues at Princeton University. Professor Naomi Murakawa of the university’s African American studies Department included the film and talkback with director Dr. Robin J. Hayes in the graduate seminar, African American Intellectual Traditions. The film is also part of the Princeton library’s permanent collection. To screen Black and Cuba in your college classroom, see BlackandCuba.org.
At West Chester University in Pennsylvania, the department of psychology, ethnic studies program and the Dean’s office co-sponsors Progressive Pupil’s Coping with Microaggressions workshop and a screening of the film Black and Cuba featuring a Q&A with Dr. Robin J. Hayes. The programs were spearheaded by Dr. Janet Chang. For more information about how you can bring Progressive Pupil programs to your campus, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of Progressive Pupil,
Black and Cuba is coming to Dominican University! Come and watch a free screening of our documentary, followed by a Q&A with director Robin Hayes tomorrow, Thursday on September 18th, at 6:30pm located at 7900 W. Division River Forest IL, 60305. We look forward to seeing you there!