Movement 68 Symposium

October 23, 2018

College of Education, Room 160

6:15PM-8:00PM

Middle Tennessee State University

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Join us on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 for a panel discussion on the past 50 years of black student activism and experiences at Middle Tennessee State University, featuring alumni and students from the 1960s to the present day. We will also have a special pre-panel presentation by keynote speaker  Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Archivist and Assistant Professor from Kent State University, who founded Project STAND, an important an online clearinghouse that provides researchers with a centralized access point to historical and archival documentation on the development and on-going occurrences of student dissent.

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Thank you to all of our sponsors: MTSU Center for Historic Preservation, the Distinguished Lecture Committee, the Office of Equity & Compliance, the Office of Intercultural & Diversity Affairs, Africana Studies Program, the Department of History, Scholars Academy, Omega Psi Phi, and the Albert Gore Research Center. 

Expected panel participants: 

  • Sylvester Brooks
  • The Honorable Bart Gordon
  • Dr. Phyllis Hickerson-Washington
  • Dr. Michael McDonald
  • Dr. Vincent Windrow
  • AndrĂ© Canty
  • Arionna White
  • Dr. Barbara Scales (Moderator)

The Movement 68 Symposium is honored to be the official pre-conference program for the 2018 Slave Dwelling Project Conference co-hosted by MTSU's Center for Historic Preservation. For more information on this important conference visit their website: http://slavedwellingproject.org/2018-slave-dwelling-project-conference/

Accessibility Information

The College of Education Room 160 is wheelchair accessible. If you or someone you know will need Sign Language Interpreting or Communication Real Time Translation, please contact Sarah.Calise@mtsu.edu or Donna.Baker@mtsu.edu before October 12th. There are all gender/family restrooms on the first floor of the College of Education.

Parking

There are three parking lots near the College of Education off Blue Raider Drive, including accessible parking for disabled people. More detailed parking information to be announced closer to the event. Interactive campus parking and building map: http://mtsu.edu/maps/interactive.php

For questions or concerns, please contact Sarah.Calise@mtsu.edu or Donna.Baker@mtsu.edu

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Albert Gore Research Center

P. O. Box 193, 1301 E. Main St.
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37132
615-898-2632

Location

Todd Hall Suite 128

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9:00AM - 4:00PM

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