Black Hands Drumming Group
Lory Student Center, North Ballroom
Weaving African heritage and the experience of slave descendents, Black Hands Drumming group provides an artistic interpretation of the African American perspective through drumming, dancing and storytelling.
"Diverse Women and Men Who Fought for Equal Rights"
LSC, rooms 203-205
Student representatives from CSU's advocacy offices will present in artistic style about diverse women and men who fought for equal rights.
"Praying with My Eyes Open"
An African American spiritual production about Tess, who is tired of being in bad relationships, but she really blame her heartaches on men? Presented by Teresa Easley, alumna and Sylvia Byerly, president of Fort Collins Children's Theater.
"The Role of Women in Natural Resource Management in Pakistan"
12:15 to 1 p.m.
LSC, room 208
This event is free and open to the public. For more information on this event or related programs please visit the International Education Web site at www.international.colostate.edu or contact Karen Gardenier at (970) 491-5917.
CSU Habitat for Humanity
General club meeting. For more information contact Kim at (970) 492-9878.
LSC, room 220-222
Women panelists share their perspectives on parenting multiracial children. Presented by the Office of Women's Programs and Studies, the Office of Black Student Services and the City of Fort Collins' READ ON! Program.
Dance-A-Thon: "AIDS in Africa"
LSC, Cherokee Park Ballroom
Sponsored by Hillel Student Organization.
Swing Dance Society
Lessons: 7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Dance: 8:15 to 10:30 p.m.
LSC, between Sweet Sinsations and First Bank
Swing dancing at CSU. For more information contact http://lamar.colosate.edu/~swing.