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Karaoke

West Cafeteria 200 College Drive, Blackwood, NJ

Karaoke

College Hall Cafeteria 200 North Broadway, Camden, NJ

Underground Railroad

Camden City Campus - College Hall 508 200 N. Broadway, Camden, NJ 08102, NJ

Presented by Professor Owens and a display from La Unique Bookstore.

Fettersville Documentary: History of Camden

Camden City Campus CTC Lobby 200 N. Broadway, Camden, NJ

Documentary and panel with Connie Jackson; History of Camden - Camden Campus 1:00pm CTC Theatre w/light refreshments

Hazel Scott from Cafe Society to Hollywood

Connector Building - Civic Hall 200 College Drive, Blackwood, NJ

Brief Bio: A legendary jazz/classical pianist, Hazel Scott was known for her style of 'swinging the classics, "throughout the 1940 and '50s while her marriage to Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. made them one of the most high-profile couples in America. After a thriving international career, Hazel Scott was blacklisted during the McCarthy Era, leading […]

“They Said We Couldn’t Play”

Connector Building - Civic Hall 200 College Drive, Blackwood, NJ

A viewing of the documentary “They Said We Couldn’t Play” about the Philadelphia Stars Negro League baseball team w/ 100s of Negro League photos and autographed items on display for viewing. Blackwood Campus Civic Hall at 1:00pm w/light refreshments

Sojourner Truth: Ain’t I am Woman?

Camden City Campus CTC Lobby 200 N. Broadway, Camden, NJ

Presentation by: Dr. Century (Kim Hanley) CTC Conference Center Theatre 1:00pm with light refreshments Brief Bio: Sojourner Truth was an American abolitionist of New York Dutch heritage and a women's rights activist. Truth was born into slavery in Swartekill, New York, but escaped with her infant daughter to freedom in 1826.