Week 1: The 40s & 50s with Booker Rice, Clyde Jupiter, and James Riley

Week 1: The 40s & 50s with Booker Rice, Clyde Jupiter, and James Riley

Welcome to week 1 of Shared Reading Experience - Black Domers: African-American Students at Notre Dame in Their Own Words. Corey discusses the 40s & 50s with Booker Rice, Clyde Jupiter, and James Riley. This week's reading is chapter 1 of the book.

The 40s and 50s

What Does it Mean to be Black at ND?

Black @ ND is a talk show that will discuss the experiences, successes and challenges of the @University of Notre Dame’s African American students, current and alumni, and the steps taken to survive in a community that lacks representation of color. It is our job to discuss the difficult topics and have honest perspectives followed by ways of improvement with aims to build a better community. For today’s topic “What Does it Mean to be Black at ND?” host Emorja Roberson ’17 is joined by Karrah Miller-Herring, J.D., Eric Love, Shelene Baiyee, and Andre Wilson.

Thomas Jefferson, Race, Slavery, and the Problem of American Nationhood

Presented by Notre Dame Law School

Pulitzer Prize winner Annette Gordon-Reed, the Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History at Harvard Law School, and Peter Onuf, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia, spoke at Notre Dame for a Walk the Walk Week event on January 23, 2020.

Making an Effort to Be Seen

Presented by With Voices True

“…if you’re an international student, if you’re a black student, if you’re an Asian student, you are an Asian student first. You have that adjective that comes first…” – Julian Okoro

Art for Thought: "Black Indian, Buffalo Soldiers"

Presented by Snite Museum of Art

Bernard Williams (American, b. 1964), Black Indian, Buffalo Soldiers, 1996, Acrylic on canvas, Friends of the Snite Museum purchase fund in honor of Rev. Anthony J. Lauck, C.S.C., Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, 1998.055

Learn more about the art work and its artist here.

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