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Tennessee State University3500 John A. Merritt Blvd.Nashville, TN 37209www.tnstate.edu2014 Black History MontH EvEntsFebruary 1Civil RIghts Museum TripSaturday 8 a.m.Admission: Free for TSU StudentsContact: Office of Student Activities(615) 963-5250Location: Birmingham, ALFebruary 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 TheaterFebruary 3A Moment in Black History: Recognizing the Central Role of African-AmericansSponsored by Michael Johnson, Mr. TSU 20132014Admission: Free & Open to the PublicContact: Office of Student Activities,(615) 963-5250Location: Floyd-Payne Campus Center The ForumFebruary 4An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMan in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story, 2004 (PG-13)Tuesday 7 p.mAdmission: Free & Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210.Location: TSU Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174February 5Spoken Word Soul CafSponsored by the Office of Student ActivitiesWednesday 6 p.m.Admission: Free & 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 CampusFebruary 7TSU Pep Band PerformanceFriday 9 a.m.Admission: FreeContact: Dr. Robert Elliott, (615) 963-5341Location: J.T. Moore Middle SchoolFebruary 11An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMichael Jackson: Bad Live at the Wembley London, 1998 (NR)Tuesday 7 p.m.Admission: Free & Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210Location: Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174February 13TSU Pep Band PerformanceThursday 10 a.m.Admission: FreeContact: Dr. Robert Elliott, (615) 963-5341Location: Veterans Hospital Murfreesboro, TN 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 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 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 16An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMaking a Thriller: A Short Film by John Landis, 2001 (NR)Tuesday 7 p.m.Admission: Free & Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210Location: Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174Tennessee State University3500 John A. Merritt Blvd.Nashville, TN 37209www.tnstate.edu2014 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 & Open to the PublicContact: Michael Montgomery,(615) 963-5588Location: Walter S. Davis Humanities BuildingFebruary 25An Historical Examination of African-American Performers: Michael JacksonMichael Jacksons This Is It: His Final Performance, 2009 (NR)Tuesday 7 p.m.Admission: Free & Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Mark Crawford, (615) 963-5210Location: Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall, Room 174February 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 & Open to the PublicContact: Tiffany Cox, (615) 963-7494Location: Floyd-Payne Campus CenterFebruary 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)African-American Composers Concert Wind EnsembleThursday 7 p.m. Admission: Free & Open to the PublicContact: Dr. Robert Elliott, (615) 963-5341Location: Performing Arts Center, Cox-Lewis Theater