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Angela Davis speaks at UD, telling the audience, "You should applaud yourselves" for a continuing commitment to Black American Studies.
The University of Delaware's Department of Black American Studies (BAMS)—which began at the peak of the Civil Rights Era in 1968, developed into a formal University program in 1971, and was awarded departmental status in 2010—will celebrate 40 years of education devoted to the Black experience this fall.
From a lecture by political activist Angela Y. Davis in October to an alumni luncheon in the spring, numerous year-round events have been planned to commemorate the department's 40th anniversary.
"We are proud to be celebrating this wonderful milestone and look forward to seeing current and former students, faculty and friends at our events this year as we reflect on 40 years of tradition in BAMS education," says Carol Henderson, chair of the Department of Black American Studies and professor of English.
Programs will take place throughout the year, with all lectures and events free and open to the public.
The tentative schedule is as follows (note that dates and times are subject to change):
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