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Colorism Film "Dark Girls"

Dates: Feb 17
Time: 6:30-9:00p
Location: BRC

It documents colorism within the African American community, a subject still considered taboo by many black Americans. The film contains interviews of African American women describing the role colorism has played in their lives, with notable African Americans including Viola Davis also detailing her experience. It also reports on a new version of the 1940s black doll experiment by Kenneth and Mamie Clark, which proved that black children had internalized racism by having children select a white or a black doll (they typically chose white) based on questions asked. In the updated version, black children favored light-skinned dolls over dark-skinned dolls.[2]

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Graduate Bowling Night! 

Dates: April 21
Time: 5-6:30p
Location: Aztec Lanes

Graduate Students are invited to Aztec Lanes for a FREE evening of bowling fun! Bring your friends and enjoy Oggis Pizza on us! See you there! 

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