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2009

Simmons Celebrates Black History Month

The collaborative Black History Month Program is coordinated by Multicultural Affairs/Student Life Office and is sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO), Campus Activities Board (CAB), Council of Black Administrators, Faculty and Staff (BAFAS), Multicultural Affairs, and the Office of Student Leadership and Activities and the Division of Student Life.

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2008

Gospel for Your Soul!

Come for a worship-filled service! Featuring local College Choirs! Presented by The Simmons College Gospel Choir and sponsored by The Simmons College Alumnae Association.

Date:
04/01/2008
Time:
07:00PM
Location:
Linda K. Paresky Conference Center
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Award-winning poet, author, and civil rights activist Sonia Sanchez

An Evening Reading by Sonia Sanchez; poet, activist, author, lecturer, and professor. Reading preceded by singer Lawrence Watson. Free and open to the public.

Date:
02/21/2008
Time:
06:00PM
Location:
Linda K. Paresky Conference Center

 

2007

Kwanzaa Celebration

We cordially invite you to Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community, and Culture. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Black Student Organization, the Council of Black Administrators, Facuty, and Staff, and Multicultural Affairs/Office of the dean for Student Life.

Date:
12/04/2007
Time:
05:00PM
Location:
Linda K. Paresky Conference Center

 

Alumna Presents Cape Verdean Documentary

This feature-length documentary by Claire Andrade-Watkins, Simmons Class of 1974, explores the destruction of a vibrant community of immigrants from the Cape Verde Islands in the Fox Point section of Providence, R.I., who were displaced by urban renewal. Free and open to the public. Read more »

Date:
02/12/2007
Time:
04:30PM
Location:
Linda K. Paresky Conference Center
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2006

ABSW's lecture on youth violence

Please Join the Simmons chapter of the Association Of Black Social Workers for a lecture on Teen Violence In Boston: An Education and Social work response. Featuring: Dr. Ulric Johnson, Assistant Dean/Campus Director of School of Human Services Springfield College-Boston Campus and founder of Teens Against Gang Violence (Tagv). Responders will be Dr. Theresa Perry,Professor, Simmons College School of Education & Dept. of Africana Studies; and Dr. Hugo Kamya, Associate Professor, Simmons College School of Social Work. This is a brown bag lunch. Please bring your lunches. Desert and beverages will be served! Supported by BAFAS.

Date:
10/26/2006
Time:
12:30PM
Location:
Special Functions Room, C125