Guest Lecture: Benjamin T. Jealous's "Black History and American Democracy — Considerations for the Coming Decades"
The Department of Africana Studies welcomes Benjamin T. Jealous, NAACP President and CEO, as the inaugural lecturer for Black History Month 2012.
Jealous formerly served as the following: President of the Rosenberg Foundation, Director of Amnesty International’s U.S. Human Rights Program, Executive Director of National Newspapers Publishers Association, and Managing Editor of The Jackson Advocate.
Please RSVP to the ASI office by 5:00 PM on Monday, January 30th, 2012: 562.985.5241.
Sponsors: Department of Africana Studies, Africana Studies Students Association, Africana Student Union, Associated Students, Inc., University Outreach/School Relations, USU Program Council, NAACP College Chapter at CSULB, Student Life and Development, and Vice President Douglas Robinson, Student Services