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<ul><li><p>Tennessee State University3500 John A. Merritt Blvd.</p><p>Nashville, TN 37209www.tnstate.edu</p><p>2014 Black History MontH EvEntsFebruary 1Civil RIghts Museum TripSaturday 8 a.m.Admission: Free for TSU StudentsContact: Office of Student Activities(615) 963-5250Location: Birmingham, AL</p><p>February 12DreamgirlsSaturday 7 p.m. and Sunday 3 p.m.Admission: $18 for adults $15 for students and seniorsContact: (615) 332-7529Location: TSU Performing Arts Center, Cox-Lewis Theater</p><p>February 3A Moment in Black History: Recognizing the Central Role of African-AmericansSponsored by Michael Johnson, Mr. TSU 20132014Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Office of Student Activities,(615) 963-5250Location: Floyd-Payne Campus Center The Forum</p><p>February 4An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMan in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story, 2004 (PG-13)Tuesday 7 p.mAdmission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210.Location: TSU Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174</p><p>February 5Spoken Word Soul CafSponsored by the Office of Student ActivitiesWednesday 6 p.m.Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Office of Student Activities, (615) 963-5250Location: Floyd-Payne Campus Center The Forum February 6Leadership NashvilleA Look at Nashvilles Diversity Thursday 11:15 a.m.Admission: By invitation only Contact: Dr. Jewell Winn, (615) 963-4977Location: Avon Williams Campus</p><p>February 7TSU Pep Band PerformanceFriday 9 a.m.Admission: FreeContact: Dr. Robert Elliott, (615) 963-5341Location: J.T. Moore Middle School</p><p>February 11An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMichael Jackson: Bad Live at the Wembley London, 1998 (NR)Tuesday 7 p.m.Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210Location: Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174</p><p>February 13TSU Pep Band PerformanceThursday 10 a.m.Admission: FreeContact: Dr. Robert Elliott, (615) 963-5341Location: Veterans Hospital Murfreesboro, TN </p><p>February 1433rd Annual African-American History and Culture ConferenceCo-sponsored by the TSU College of Liberal Arts and the Metropolitan Historical CommissionFriday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.Admission: $20 per personContact: Tara Mielnik, (615) 862-7970Location: Avon Williams Campus </p><p>TSU Jazz Collegians Performance33rd Annual African-American History and Culture ConferenceFriday 11:30 a.m.Admission: $20 per personContact: Tara Mielnik, (615) 862-7970Location: Avon Williams Campus </p><p>February 18Tennessee Board of Regents Day on the Hill featuring Tennessee State University A Conversation with the Education CommitteeTuesday NoonAdmission: Open to the Public Contact: Kelli Sharpe, (615) 963-7451Location: Legislative Plaza, Room 16</p><p>An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMaking a Thriller: A Short Film by John Landis, 2001 (NR)Tuesday 7 p.m.Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210Location: Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174</p></li><li><p>Tennessee State University3500 John A. Merritt Blvd.</p><p>Nashville, TN 37209www.tnstate.edu</p><p>2014 Black History MontH EvEntsFebruary 228th Annual Student Conference on the Death PenaltySponsored by TSU Department of Criminal JusticeSaturday 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Michael Montgomery,(615) 963-5588Location: Walter S. Davis Humanities Building</p><p>February 25An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMichael Jacksons This Is It: His Final Performance, 2009 (NR)Tuesday 7 p.m.Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210Location: Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174</p><p>February 26A Forum on COLORISMCo-sponsored by the TSU Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, the Office of Student Activities and the National Pan-Hellenic CouncilWednesday 6 p.m.Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Tiffany Cox, (615) 963-7494Location: Floyd-Payne Campus Center</p><p>February 27Minority CaucusAnniversary ReceptionBuilding on the DreamThursday 5:00 p.m.Admission: By invitation only Contact: Kelli Sharpe, (615) 963-7451 or Roseanne Hayes, (615) 880-3350Location: Farrell-Westbrook Building (The Barn)</p><p>African-American Composers Concert Wind EnsembleThursday 7 p.m. Admission: Free &amp; Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Robert Elliott, (615) 963-5341Location: Performing Arts Center, Cox-Lewis Theater</p></li></ul>