Highlighting Jordan’s lifetime contributions, the tribute is sponsored by the Freedom Foundation
Texas Southern University tackles the topic of dating violence in upcoming seminar
Holly Hogrobrooks helped organize Houston’s first sit-in to end segregation in Houston
Johnnie B. Goode pays homage to musicians who influenced Rock and Roll, R&B and Jazz music
Wil Haygood will visit TSU as part of HPLQ Four Books for Houston event to discuss his new novel
Spring 2016 edition of the Thurgood Energy Speakers Series featuring Norman J. Nadorff, special counsel, Centurion LLP and former senior counsel, BP Angola. Followed by a question and answer and networking session. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome.
Contact: Prudence Smith
In celebration of African American History Month, the Houston Public Library is honored to present award-winning author Wil Haygood. In Haygood’s biography of Thurgood Marshall, he takes the reader along the journey of the real-life events surrounding the heated Thurgood Marshall Supreme Court appointment and his special friendship with President Lyndon Johnson.
Contact: Kendrick Callis
Cultural exchange of Eastern Folk instruments and African American Jazz. TSU music students will play alongside the world famous Chinese concert artists as they play an “East meets West” concert and workshop.
Contact: Dr. Jason Oby
TSU Dept. of History and COLABS hosts an intriguing lecture experience that will illuminate the relationships between the music, strategies and key personalities involved in the struggle for freedom as part of Black History month.
Contact: Department of History and COLABS