Through spoken word poetry, monologues, movement and multi-media imagery; his one-man show, Growing Pains, illuminates the voice of the true authentic culture of the Hip Hop generation. It takes a first-hand look at the births of the mentalities of urban African-American males, as opposed to the constant highlighting of stereotypical behaviors found in music videos, social media, and nightly news.
Join Pitt P.R.I.D.E. (Positive Racial Identity Development in Early Education) for a livestream viewing of a conversation with Dr. Beverly David Tatum, author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? Dr. Tatum is a psychologist, administrator, and educator who has conducted research and written books on the topic of race, focusing specifically on race in education, racial identity development in teenagers, and assimilation of black families and youth in white neighborhoods.
Join representatives from the School of Social Work, Center on Race and Social Problems, Department of Anthropology, School of Education, Student Affairs, Center for Urban Education, Graduate School of Public Health, Pitt-Bradford and the University Center for Teaching and Learning for eight sessions focused on the experiences and realities of black males in education.
Hosted by Carnegie Museum of Art, In the Moment Tours invites those with Alzheimer’s and other forms dementia and their care partners to explore galleries and collections together, while enjoying conversation and music.