February 7, 2020
Triton College Library Honors Black History Month
A special TED Talks viewing and discussion
Watch and discuss several TED Talks given by African-American visual artists, musicians and leaders on black culture, history, and the black experience in the United States, held in the Triton College Library Silent Study Room. The viewing and discussion is hosted by Triton College librarian Dubravka Juraga, Ph.D., Monday, Feb. 10, at Noon and refreshments will be served.
- Paul Rucker: How my mom inspired my approach to cello
- Christina Greer: An unsung hero of the civil rights
- Titus Kaphar: Can art amend history?
- Vusi Mahlasela: Woza
- Sanford Biggers: An artist's unflinching look at racial violence
- Rokia Traore: M'Bifo
- Morgan Dixon and Vanessa Garrison: The trauma of systematic racism is killing black women--a first step to change
- Stew: Black men ski
- Vusi Mahlasela: Thula Mama
For information about the event click here.