By Selena Stevens
African-American History Month events include speakers
who have fought hate groups and films by black artists.
4, 2002 (Lexington, Ky.) -- Several
events will take place at the University of Kentucky
during February to commemorate African-American History
28: From The King Cultural Center Archives….. "Privatization
of U.S. Prisons: America’s Newest Growth Industry,"
Angela Davis, 3 p.m., 124 UK Student Center. A video
retrospective of lectures by noted speakers and presenters
who have appeared in the King Cultural Center Cultural/Educational
Program during the past decade.
28: Wayne Shorter Quartet, featuring Brian Blades,
John Patitucci and Danilo Perez, 8 p.m., Singletary
Center for the Arts. Tickets: $17 students, $25 general
public. Sponsor: African-American Student Affairs,
Student Activities Board.
1: Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series, Karen McDaniel,
“Women’s Work: The Activities of the Kentucky Association
of Colored Women, 1918-1965," 4 p.m., 230Student Center.
Co-sponsored by the UK African-American Studies and
Research Program and UK Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural