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STRAIGHT FLEXIN', NO PLEXIN': A HIP HOP EXHIBIT

This immersive exhibit, to be held throughout Black Music Month, will showcase an unparalleled collection of artifacts and memorabilia from hip-hop icons such as Swishahouse, E-40 and Scotty ATL. Many items to be featured from CERCL’s Hip Hop Archival Collection. | more -->

ON VIEW JUNE 1 - 30

Vinson Neighborhood Library
inside Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center

3810 W Fuqua St, Houston, TX 77045

RELIGION 216 PRESENTS | EMPOWER & LEAD: VOICES OF CHANGE

For their final project, students in RELI 216: Religion and Black Lives Matter will be hosting a discussion on the topic of leadership within social movements. Through this conversation with panelists ranging from current Rice students to activists in the Houston area, this panel aims to spark dialogue surrounding different forms of leadership in social movement activism. rsvp -->

APRIL 19 | 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Farnsworth Pavilion | Rice University

 

DAVID PONTON III - ‘HOUSTON AND THE PERMANENCE OF SEGREGATION’

In his book, “Houston and the Permanence of Segregation: An Afropessimistic Approach to Urban History” David Ponton III demonstrates how and why segregation has become a permanent feature in our cities and offers powerful tools for imagining the world otherwise. | more info/purchase book -->

APRIL 19 | 6:30 PM

Brazos Bookstore | 2421 Bissonnet St.

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HIP-HOP HARMONY: KRS-ONE EVENT CULMINATES IN PRESTIGIOUS VOLUNTEER AWARD FOR CERCL PIONEERS

Billed as “One-on-one with the Teacha,” a March 7 event hosted by CERCL featured an intimate conversation with hip-hop legend KRS-One and quite the surprise for several of its organizers. The dialogue was another installment in CERCL’s Hip Hop Archival Collection’s Oral History Series held by Fondren Library’s Woodson Research Center, which aims to highlight and appreciate hip-hop’s cultural and social impact on local and global communities. Read the Rice News Article more-->

Curriculum Vitae

CERCL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES 

 

FUND FOR RACIAL JUSTICE TEACHING & PROGRAMMING
Funding for Rice faculty, students, departments and clubs to support courses and programming on and off campus.

 

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE
Residency opportunities for independent scholars. 

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CERCL EVENTS & DEADLINES
A list of CERCL events and deadlines with detailed information on registration, etc. 

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