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Haitian Heritage, Reception & Lecture
Please join us for a reception and lecture to celebrate Haitian Heritage: Portraits of Early Immigrant Life in Florida, an exhibit of photographs by Arthur Bacon that documents the experience of Haitian Immigrants in Belle Glade, FL in the early 1980s. The exhibit is part of Global Focus: Haiti, a campus wide exploration of the rich culture and compelling history of our international neighbors to the south, organized by the Office of Cultural Arts.
Dr. Darrell Irwin, professor of Sociology and Criminology at UNCW, will discuss the photos and talk about his connection to Belle Glade resettling Haitian refugees
When? Monday, November 19, 5 p.m.
Where? Randall Library first floor, Circulation Area
Light refreshments will be served
The exhibit, located on the first floor of Randall Library, adjacent to Java City, will be on view through the Fall semester. For more information about Global Focus including a list of events, please visit the Office of Cultural Arts's Global Focus | HAITI webpage.