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

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Innovations Grant Information Session, Feb. 20

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

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

Governance

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Governance Council Nominations Are Coming!

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

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

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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

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

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

Arts at MC

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

Accolades

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

Student Affairs

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

Faculty Spotlight

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

Black History Month Film Screening, Feb. 11

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Category: MC Events

Published: Feb 11 2019 11:15AM

As part of the Institute for Race, Justice, and Civic Engagement's Black History Month program, there will be a film screening of "The Power to Heal."

Based on the book, "The Power to Heal--Civil Rights, Medicare, and the Struggle to Transform American Health Care" by David Barton Smith, the film shows the history of the desegregation of hospitals right after the establishment of Medicaid/Medicare in 1965. The emphasis is on this struggle to get hospitals to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act--and the crucial work of civil rights activists and groups in making sure there was compliance.

When: February 11 @1 p.m.
Where: The Institute for Race, Justice, and Civic Engagement (TP/SS, Pavilion 4/Room 201)

Related Media

  1. Power to Heal Flyer-Spring 2019 Flyer.pdf
  2. ThePowerToHeal.gif


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