Auburn Avenue Research Library Sponsors Third Program in African
American/Native American Symposium Series
On Tuesday, September 21, 1999 at 7:00 p.m. The Auburn Avenue Research
Library on African American Culture and History presents the third in a
symposium series African American and Native American: Explorations in
Narrative, Identity and Place.
The program will feature presentations by Dr. Akinyele Umoja, Assistant
Professor in the African American Studies Department at Georgia State
University and Dr. Beatriz Morales, Associate Professor in the Social
Sciences Department at Morris Brown College. The title of this third program
is The Maroon Factor in Black and Indian Relations. Dr. Umoja will talk
about his research on maroon settlements in the south and southeast and Dr.
Morales will present ongoing research on the descendants of African
Americans and Indians in Mexico.
Also, the program will feature a special exhibit on the Longest Walk, with
photographs by Stephanie Sheppard. The program is free and open to the public.
For information please call number below.
This program is funded in part by a grant from the Georgia Humanities Council.
Auburn Avenue Research Library
101 Auburn Ave., N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia, 30303
(404) 730-4001, ext. 302
Part of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
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