The Souls of “Colored” Folk PresentationThe Souls of “Colored” Folk
Thursday, February 9th
Time: 11: 00am –12pm
Henry Student Center 2nd Floor
By: Venus Ricks
In 1903, W.E.B. Dubois penned The Souls of Black Folk. In this work, he debuted the concept of double consciousness as a means of characterizing the experience of people of color in the United States. This presentation will reflect on DuBois' work in today's context and the implications for race relations.
For more information contact Erica Acosta,
Associate Director for Diversity Initiatives