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A month of memories

Today marks the beginning of Black History Month
and the start of exhibits and celebrations around Columbia
Tuesday, February 1, 2005 | 12:00 a.m. CST; updated 10:39 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008

CIVIL RIGHTS EXHIBIT

An exhibit on civil rights will be featured through the month of February at Missouri State Museum; contact 751-2854.

BLACK HISTORY EXHIBIT

Sponsored by Columbia Arts and Recreation through Feb. 28; lower level, Armory Sports Center; contact 874-7460.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: RISKING IT ALL

A part of MU’s celebration of Black History Month

in association with the Black Business Student Association. 6 p.m. Thursday; Bush Auditorium, Cornell Hall, MU campus; contact Clarence Wine, 882-7073.

RYAN TENNEY ART EXHIBIT

MU celebrates Black History Month in February at the Black Culture Center; contact 882-2664.

SONGS OF MY PEOPLE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBIT

Celebrations continue throughout February at MU’s Ellis Library; contact 882-4581.

IS BLACK PROTEST ALIVE OR DEAD?

Robert Williams will speak 7 p.m. Wednesday; Black Culture Center, MU Campus; contact 882-3346.

BOTHWELL LODGE STATE HISTORIC SITE

“African-American Education in Pettis County” will be on display throughout February. The exhibit focuses on Sedalia schools like the George R. Smith College; contact 660-827-0510.


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