THE TOWN HALL PANEL DISCUSSIONS: 17th and 24th of February 2014

Pan African NOVA Town Hall | Meeting &Panel Discussion


Students will discuss African, African Diaspora, & African American & Race Issues at NVCC

Date:                     Monday, 17 February 2014

Time:                     07:30 p.m. – 09:30 p.m.

Location:              Bisdorf Building | AA-196(room)

The US Domestic Slave Trade 1790’s to1865 | Lecture & Panel Discussion

The panel discussion will revolve around the Solomon Northrup film “12-Years A Slave” as well as the significance of Alexandria City as a major human trafficking port then.  We’ll discuss the significance of American Black Slavery historically as well as its modern impact on Race, Wealth, Politics & Society today.

Date:                     Monday, 24 February 2014

Time:                     07:30 p.m. – 09:30 p.m.

Location:              Bisdorf Building | AA-196 (room)


The discussions will consist of a short introductory presentation by me, Dr. Joseph E Windham,

Professor of African Civilizations, The  African Diaspora, & African American History,

with civil discussion on such salient questions with student panels, audience microphones, and surveys for all attending.

These events are sponsored by the Diversity & Black History Committees, SGA & The AASU.

Please come and bring or send your students offering them academic incentives!

Although these events focus on the Lives and Histories of African American students,

for Black History Month all Novarians are invited to attend and participate.


For more information please contact Dr. Joseph Windham |