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Launch of O Menelick 2 Ato #21 and Opening of “O Menelick 2Ato. Making Black Press in 21st Century Brazil”

Panel Discussion and Exhibit Opening
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
4:00-7:00 PM
Gallery Hatcher Graduate Library Map
This event is part of the O Menelick 2Ato: Art, Culture and Society From the Perspective of Contemporary Brazilian Black Press series.

Launch of the 21st issue of the Afro-Brazilian magazine O Menelick 2 Ato and of its curated edition in English. Panel discussion with Q&A featuring the magazine editors, Luciane Ramos Silva, Nabor Jr. and U-M faculty.

Followed by the opening of a digital and print exhibit of selected magazine covers by Afro-Brazilian and Afro-Diasporic artists.

The exhibit will be on display until March 11th at the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery.

Light reception to follow. Free and open to the public.

Co-sponsors: Romance Languages and Literatures Department, UM Hatcher Graduate Library, UM Library Mini Grant, Women’s Studies, Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG), Language Resource Center (LRC), Department of History, African Studies Center, Center for Latin-American and Caribbean Studies – Brazil Initiative, Department of Communication and Media, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies.
Building: Hatcher Graduate Library
Event Type: Exhibition
Tags: African American, Art, Black America, center of latin american and caribbean studies, Central America, Contemporary, Culture, Exhibition, Food, Free, Gender, Global, Graduate and Professional Students, Graduate Students, hatcher, History, Humanities, Journalism, Language, Latin America, Library, Literature, Poetry, Politics, Romance Languages And Literatures, Social, visual arts, Women's Studies, World Literature, Writing
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Romance Languages & Literatures, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Department for Afroamerican and African Studies, University Library, Women's Studies Department, African Studies Center, Language Resource Center, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Department of History, Communication and Media