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2021 Frederick Douglass Institute Fellows at the University of Rochester
The University of Rochester’s Frederick Douglass Institute of African & African American Studies (FDI)
is proud to announce the 2021 Postdoctoral Fellows, Mia Alafaireet (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
and Ricardo Millhouse (Arizona State University).
The Fairbanks Lecture Series presents:
Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent
Wednesday, March 10
Film screening and panel discussion
The film will be available for screening beginning Saturday, March 6 at 7 p.m. and will remain available until the event begins. Learn more about the film at www.prinzdocumentary.org.Event Details
Jeffrey McCune named Frederick Douglass Institute director
He will bring together people from across academic disciplines to collaborate in the study of the African diaspora and offer programming that promotes African and African American studies at the University.Continue Reading
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