Events

Apr 2019

  • Apr24
    Towson University Cook Library, Towson MD
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    What Were You Wearing? Weaving a New Narrative is an exhibition that aims to dismantle the toxic ideology behind the question asked to so many sexual assault survivors- "did what you wear cause your attack?" As a platform to allow survivors to reclaim their bodies and stories, this exhibit consists of first-hand survivor accounts detailing what [...]
  • Apr24
    Hilton Center at CCBC Catonsville Campus, Catonsville MD
    1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    The Winters Lane National Register Historic District represents the legacy of the African American residents who first settled along the southern end of Winters Lane and its cross streets following the Civil War. Explore the residential and institutional buildings that serve as physical reminders, and important historic links, to the cultural aspects of life for [...]
  • Apr25
    Library Lot 8 at CCBC Catonsville Campus, Catonsville MD
    All Day
    Louis Diggs, expert in local African American history, guides an excursion to places of historical importance to the African American community in Baltimore County, including historically Black residential communities and religious institutions, and a museum he is developing that is dedicated to Baltimore County’s Black history. (Note: Participants will complete travel waivers. Student participants will [...]
  • Apr25
    Towson University Cook Library, Towson MD
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    What Were You Wearing? Weaving a New Narrative is an exhibition that aims to dismantle the toxic ideology behind the question asked to so many sexual assault survivors- "did what you wear cause your attack?" As a platform to allow survivors to reclaim their bodies and stories, this exhibit consists of first-hand survivor accounts detailing what [...]
  • Apr25
    Salisbury University-Guerrieri Academic Commons (GAC) Board Room (4th Floor), Salisbury MD
    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Maryland Humanities is working with resilient local humanities communities—communities where the humanities play a central role in public life and where local stakeholders actively support humanities organizations’ work—to demonstrate and leverage the value of this work. We are convening humanities organizations in various regions around the state to explore how we can work with such [...]
  • Apr25
    Notre Dame Preparatory School, Auditorium, Towson MD
    7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    This Global Water Dance is a collaboration between The Collective Dance Company and students from Notre Dame Preparatory School 8th grade Performing Arts Dance program. This dance performance will look at clean water as a human rights issue, the ways in which water moves, and how water impacts our daily lives.  In addition, the performance [...]
  • Apr26
    Towson University Cook Library, Towson MD
    7:30 AM - 8:00 PM
    What Were You Wearing? Weaving a New Narrative is an exhibition that aims to dismantle the toxic ideology behind the question asked to so many sexual assault survivors- "did what you wear cause your attack?" As a platform to allow survivors to reclaim their bodies and stories, this exhibit consists of first-hand survivor accounts detailing what [...]
  • Apr26
    Towson University Cook Library, Towson MD
    1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Join us for a zine making workshop on survivorship, healing, and reclamation of self. We'll discuss the history of zines, different types of zines, dominant narratives, and why telling your story is not only revolutionary but an important aspect of social justice work. There will be a brainstorming session followed by ample time to make [...]
  • Apr26
    Towson University Van Bokklen Hall Auditorium, VB 204, Towson MD
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Something happened to Chloe after that party last Saturday night. Something she says she can't remember--something everybody is talking about. Set in a Midwestern high school, in a world of Facebook and Twitter, smartphones and YouTube, Good Kids explores a casual sexual encounter gone wrong and its very public aftermath. Who's telling the truth? Whose [...]
  • Apr28
    Accokeek Foundation, Accokeek MD
    2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Be part of the conversation about the complicated history and complex relationships that have shaped our region and continue to influence our interactions with one another and with the environment Topics will include non-traditional perspectives on landscape conservation, culture, history, and specifically connectedness of Native Americans and African Americans to this landscape. THIS EVENT IS [...]
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