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Available for research and study in the Archives and Rare Books Library, the Theodore Moody Berry Papers provide an historical record of civil rights and community politics during the 20th century, including issues surrounding Cincinnati politics and history, housing and fair treatment for the poor and neighborhood activism. Kuamka, the registered student candidates must be upperclassmen and must display good academic and social standing and be active with the AACRC. The student candidates will answer questions on a myriad of topics from a panel of judges and will be critiqued on poise and the clarity of their responses.
This history covers Berry’s involvement in Cincinnati City Council, the NAACP and the Federal Office of Economic Opportunity. UC Bookstores Display, Level 3, Tangeman University Center – The display will feature 16 titles including “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” “Disintegration: The Splintering of Black America,” “Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” “What Color is My Word” and “Heart and Soul: The Story of America and African-Americans.” 7 p.m., Main Street Cinema, Tangeman University Center – Meet Mr. Kuamka The AACRC holds a public forum to meet UC’s 2012 candidates for Mr. 5- p.m., AACRC – In Living Color The AACRC’s Habari Gani Ambassadors host their first program during Kuamka Week.
They also include civic activism records, his personal papers and biographical material. Habari Gani is Swahili for “What good news do you have?
7-9 p.m., Over-the-Rhine Community Center – Kuamka Skating Party The Kuamka Skating Party officially kicks off the week of Kuamka and an opportunity to meet the UC student candidates who could be crowned Mr. ” The event explores the mystery within each individual’s unique personality and offers a colorful and fun way to analyze its effect on leadership.
The center supports the mission of the university by recruiting, retaining and encouraging the success of students of color at UC.
As part of Black History Month, the AACRC kicks off its 13th annual Kuamka Week on Jan. Kuamka is Swahili for “in the beginning.” This year’s theme for Kuamka Week is “Live Out Loud.” Here’s the schedule for Kuamka Week as well as other Black History Month events at UC: UC Archives Unveil the Papers of Theodore Berry UC Libraries reveal the papers of Cincinnati’s first African-American mayor, a UC alumnus.
Last fall, UC’s African American Cultural and Resource Center (AACRC) celebrated 20 years on campus.
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