SEPTEMBER

Sept. 20-22
National College Access Network
8th Annual Conference
Boston
E-mail: www.ncan@collegeaccess.org
Web: www.CollegeAccess.org


Sept. 23 –25
20th Annual Symposium on
African American Studies
“African American Studies: Meeting the Challenge Today: Learning from the Past — Envisioning the Future”
Purdue University  
West Lafayette, Ind.
Web: www.sla.purdue.edu/academic/idis/african%2Damerican/index.asp

Sept. 24-27
2004 Patterson Research Conference
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education & 40 Years of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
“Still Not Equal: Equalizing
Opportunities in Global Societies”
Washington Hilton and Towers
1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW 
Washington, D.C.
Phone: (703) 205-3543
E-mail: pattersonconference@uncf.org
Web: www.patterson-uncf.org

Sept. 22-25
Furious Flower Conference
“Furious Flower: Regenerating the Black Poetic Tradition”
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Va.
Phone: (540) 568-2694
E-mail: furiousflower.@jmu.edu
Web: www.jmu.edu/furiousflower
Sept. 28-Oct. 3
National Trust for Historic Preservation
2004 National Preservation Conference
Louisville, Ky.
Phone: (202) 588-6324
E-mail: jeannie_mcpherson@nthp.org

Sept. 29-Oct. 3
Oral History Association
Annual Meeting
“Telling Stories: Narratives of
Our Own Times”
Portland, Ore.
Phone: (717) 245-1036
E-mail: oha@dickinson.edu


OCTOBER                                   

Oct. 3-6
CUPA-HR National Conference
and Expo 2004
Grand America Hotel
Salt Lake City
“Cultivating a Conscience on Campus”
Web: www.cupahr.org/conference2004

Oct. 6-8
Ninth Annual National Booker T.
Washington Economic Development Summit
“Entrepreneurship and Business Development: Making a Difference in Minority Communities”
Kellogg Conference Center
Tuskegee University
Tuskegee, Ala.
Phone: (334) 724-4441
E-mail: vsingle@tuskegee.edu
Web: www.tuskegee.edu/btwsummit



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