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Saturday, May 7th, 2011
2-6 PM at the Lateef Islam Memorial Auditorium
the Sadie Peterson Delaney Library hosted:
"Paul Robeson: An American Life"
featuring
 
-An inspirational poem by Tony Mitchelson-
 

-Re-enactment of Robeson speeches by Michael Monasterial-

 

-Lecture: Dr. Michael Morrison “O Worthy Pioneers”-

Historical contributions of Paul Robeson and

Other African American actors to theater and the performing arts

 
In conjunction with the opening of the Library's exhibit on the life and work of Paul Robeson, we invited all to come help us celebrate his contributions to society.
 
This event was sponsored by the NY Council for the Humanities, Speakers in the Humanities program
 

Paul Robeson
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Photo from Rutgers Special Collections and University Archives

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The African Roots Library has the ability to offer a whole host of programs of community interest. We are currently planning more educational programs to be offered at our Library. We would like your input, and interest to be heard. This is a community space, a community asset and has been an essential piece of our social and educational avenues, in our Neighborhood.