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Citadel News Service
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FOR RELEASE
January 24, 2001

REACHING OUT TO BUILD WITHIN:
A COMMUNITY CELEBRATION

February 1-28
Art And Book Exhibition, Daniel Library
Gallery Chuma provides a display of African American art; book showcase highlights African and African American authors (Regular Library Hours)

February 1
An Evening Of Jazz, Mark Clark Hall Auditorium, 7:00pm
Featuring Gradual Lean, one of the hottest bands in town. Combines original jazz compositions with high-energy performance.

February 6
A Town Hall Meeting, Grimsley Hall Auditorium, 7:00pm
A meeting to discuss The Citadels role in the local and statewide community.

February 13
Keynote Address, Mark Clark Hall Auditorium, 7:00pm
Mr. Kevin Powell, author of Step into a World: A Global Anthology of New Black Literature and original cast member on MTVs Real World

February 20
Gospel Concert, Summerall Chapel, 6:30pm
A performance by The Brotherhood and The Citadel Gospel Choir; sponsored by Friends of the Daniel Library

February 21
Black Alumni Panel, Grimsley Hall Auditorium, 7:00pm
Black Alumni discuss their experiences as cadets.

February 24
The Bazaar, Mark Clark Hall Auditorium, 11:00am-5:00pm
The Citadels African American Society bazaar with food, music, vendors, SANKOFA African American Museum on Wheels.

February 27
Panel Discussion, Mark Clark Hall Greater Issues Room, 7:00pm
Blacks and the Media: A discussion about the portrayal of blacks in the media. Representatives from television, radio, and the press will be invited to participate.

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