Celebrating African American Heritage Month

Come celebrate African American Heritage Month at MSU at the following events:

Harlem Tour and Dinner at Sylvia's Restaurant

Sunday, February 17th @ 11:30am

Join us as we take a walking tour of historic Harlem followed by a southern dinner at the famous Sylvia's Restaurant. The bus will leave from the back of the Student Center at 11:30am and will return at 6:30pm. Cost: $10/students $20 faculty/staff (cost covers bus transportation, walking tour and meal at Sylvia's). For more information, contact Fatima deCarvalho, Director of Student Activities, x7818. SPACE IS LIMITED.

Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities and OSAU, a Class I Organization.

The African Connection Lunch Time Series

Sponsored by:

African American Caucus
African American Studies
Organization of Student for African Unity

Bring your lunch and join us for stimulating intellectual discussion on issues affecting Africans throughout the Diaspora. All are invited.

All events will take place in Cohen Lounge, Dickson Hall, Room 178 12 to 2p.m.

Tuesday, February 12
Dr. Daniel Mengara Topic "Reparations: An African Perspective"
Dr. Leslie Wilson "Reparation: An African-American Perspective"

Thursday, February 21st
Dr. Edward Bewayo Topic "African Americans in Business: Where are we now and Where are we Going"

Thursday, February 28th
Kenneth Luvai "Political Transition in Africa"