To learn more about the QNOHP attend the launch on April 23 at 5pm at the Newark LGBTQ Community Center. This special event will feature a multimedia presentation of the Queer Newark Oral History Project's work, including archival images, sound clips from interviews, and the public debut of the new website. Speakers will include scholars from Rutgers University-Newark, local activists and interviewees. A reception, with refreshments from Newark vendors and music by DJ Just Love, will follow the presentation. Visit queernewarklaunch.eventbrite.com for more information and to register.
Rutgers Day is a free, family-friendly event! Visit the department's table for "#blackpeoplebelike: The Importance of Black Studies in the Twenty-First Century," an exhibit of past students' work and presentations that discuss the importance of the black narrative to teaching social justice and tolerance in the 21st century.
Brown University's Professor Anthony Bogues will discuss "Reframing History and Archives: Towards an Alternative Public Humanities" on April 11 at 3:30pm in the Paul Robeson Main Gallery. Free and open to all.