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Volume 2      Issue 26   April 23, 2007

Quote of the Week
"If you have no confidence in self you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence you have won even before you have started.” - Marcus Garvey

What's Going on This Week

BGSA presents Graduate School: It’s Not As Hard As They Make It Seem!
Tues. April 24th @ 6pm at the Center for Black Culture

CPAB Concert featuring Musiq Soulchild & Lupe Fiasco
Thurs. April 26th @ 8pm at the Bob Carpenter Center

$21 with UD I.D. in advance/$25 at the door
$25 for General Public in advance/$30 at the door
Tickets on sale now at all UD Box Offices and Ticket Master locations

SLAAM Poetry Jam: Sampling Lyrics by Asian and African-Americans featuring Beau Sia and Black Ice
Fri. April 27th @ 7pm at Trabant MPR’s

$2.00-General Admission

CPAB and the UD Gospel Choir present:
Gospel Rama featuring Youthful Praise
Sat. April 28th @ 5pm at Trabant Multipurpose Rooms

$5.00-UD Students
$7.00-Faculty/General Public
Tickets on sale now at all UD Box Offices and Ticket Master locations

Future Date of Interest

Each One Reach One (EORO) Battle of the Sexes
Wed. May 9th @ 5:30 p.m. at the Center for Black Culture

To participate, sign up at the CBC or email Krystal Lee at

Scholarship/Fellowhip Opportunities

Corporate Relations Intern with Latin America Advisor Newsletters for Summer 2007
The Inter-American Dialogue Corporate Program is offering a full or part-time volunteer internship.  The individual will be involved with corporate outreach and recruitment, and should have a familiarity with business, economic and political issues, specifically relating to Latin America.

Responsibilities:  The corporate relations intern would assist the General Manager, Publishing in reaching out to and servicing current and prospective members of our Corporate Program, and subscribers to the Dialogue’s family of Latin America Advisor newsletter titles.  Focusing on the Western Hemisphere’s most pressing economic, political and financial issues, the Corporate Program's publications and events are targeted to informed CEOs and leaders with significant business interests in Latin America. Specific responsibilities would include: Researching prospective member corporations; reaching out to business leaders via emails and phone calls about their interests in the region; preparing recruitment campaigns, marketing letters and creatives; assisting with the Dialogue's corporate program and newsletter sales tactics and strategies, as well as renewals; and maintaining contact information in the Dialogue’s database.

Qualifications: The corporate relations intern could be an undergraduate or graduate student, majoring in either business or the social sciences.  Candidates should demonstrate an interest in
international business and Latin American business/policy issues. Strong internet and database skills and proficiency in Spanish or Portuguese would be a plus.

All internships at the Dialogue are unpaid, and summer internships are usually full-time.

The Inter-American Dialogue is a forum for sustained exchange among leaders of the Western Hemisphere and an independent, nonpartisan center for policy analysis on economic and political relations in the Americas. It regularly convenes U.S. and Latin American leaders from the public and private sectors and diverse political perspectives to search for cooperative responses to hemispheric problems. Covering a wide scope of issues, it is engaged in an ambitious effort to improve the quality of debate and decision making on U.S.-Latin American relations and to promote new opportunities for hemispheric political, social, and economic cooperation.

To apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, brief writing sample (1-2 pages) and one letter of recommendation to: 
Internship Coordinator
Yesenia E. Rivas
Inter-American Dialogue
1211 Connecticut Ave., NW
Suite 510
Washington, DC  20036
P: 202-822-9002
F: 202-822-9553


Career Development/ Job Opportunities

SummerHill Seven Akbar will be offering the following course this summer
Term:   2007 Summer (2075)
Year:   2006 - 2007
College:   AS
Department: THEA
Course #:   THEA367010
Course Title: SEMINAR
Credit Hours: 3 Hrs
Open Seats: 14 OF 15    (notes)
Mtg. Info:   LEC MW 11:30am-3:00pm

Today’s hip-hop theatre movement is as American as apple pie; yet its roots are fundamentally African.  This course will explore the distinctions of hip-hop theatre through in-class readings from scripts; student presentations; guest lecturers; film adaptations of plays; and discussions about the readings/lectures/films. Further, the course will highlight materials which both influence and represent the current hip-hop theatre movement.  We will examine plays written in the period since the post-Civil Rights Era up through and including the 2006 Hip-Hop Theatre Festival.

Students interested in any aspect of American theatre, performance, contemporary cultural movements and/or ethnic studies would benefit from this course.  Students will be required to keep a journal that they submit online at both the mid-term and the conclusion of the course.  Students will be required to prepare either a monologue or a scene to be presented in class.  The final examination will consist of a presentation of a scene/monologue before the entire class and invited guests.


Center for Black Culture Staff: 
Kasandra Moye, Director
Krystal Lee, Graduate Assistant
Sharon Warren, Staff Assistant
Center for Black Culture General Information
Monday-Thursday  8:00am-7:00pm
Fridays: 8:00am-5:30pm
(302) 831-2991


The University of Delaware Center for Black Culture
192 S. College Avenue, Newark, DE 19716
Telephone 302-831-2991 :: Fax 302-831-4097
Office Hours: M-R, 8:00am - 7:00pm, F 8:00am - 5:30pm