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Hot Off the Press! Newly Released Guidebook on Study Abroad from MC Professor Gregory Malveaux

Need to Know

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Innovations Grant Information Session, Feb. 20

It's Academic

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Mark Your Calendars for Student and Alumni Colloquium, Feb. 26 at Rockville

Guest Lectures

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The Role of Liberation Theology in the Black Freedom Struggle, Feb. 15


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Dr. Christina Devlin to Serve as Local Representative at TYCA Northeast Annual Conference


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Governance Council Nominations Are Coming!

Compliance Office

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Anti-Bullying and Anti-Retaliation Workshop, Feb. 12 at Rockville

Professional Development

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"Teaching Students Who Are Challenging" Workshop Friday, March 22 at Rockville

Transfer News

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The Transfer Fairs Are Coming This Month

Community Engagement

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Ex-Child Soldier, Hip-Hop Artist, and Motivational Speaker Emmanuel Jal at the Cultural Arts Center, March 8

College/Campus News

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Power to The People - An Interdisciplinary Humanities Innovations Lab Activity, Wednesday, Feb. 20

Wellness News

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FUN WORK: Laughter, Play and Humor to Reduce Stress and Solve Problems 2019 Workshops

MC Events

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Black History Month- Medicare for All Discussion, Feb. 13

MC Spotlight

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MC-Smithsonian Faculty Fellows' Showcase Event, Feb. 21, 2019 at Rockville Campus

Arts at MC

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Multimedia Exhibition: A Life in the Year at Media Arts Gallery, Now to March 1

Student Affairs

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Volunteer Fair at TP/SS Campus: 30+ Organizations This Wednesday!

The Role of Liberation Theology in the Black Freedom Struggle, Feb. 15

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Category: Guest Lectures

Published: 2019-02-11 04:31:56.430

In honor of African/Black History month, Boys to Men presents


From Martin Luther King and James Cone to Jeremiah Wright and Cornell West, come learn what Liberation Theology is and its role in the Black freedom struggle both historically and today.

Food and drink for the first 25

February 15, 2019 from 12 noon until 2 p.m. at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus room CM-211

Attendance fulfills the Montgomery College diversity requirement for Faculty and Staff. If accommodations are needed, please contact Professor Gus Griffin at 240-567-5090 or as soon as possible.

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