Tuesday April 9 at Kalamazoo College

Baseball v. Holy Cross College (double header)
2 PM, Homer Stryker Field

Men’s Tennis v. Hope College
4 PM, Stowe Stadium

Territories of the Breast
6 PM, Connable Recital Hall, Light Fine Arts
Film screening with filmmaker Sonia Baez-Hernandez
Visiting Fellow, Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership
The film traces Sonia Baez-Hernandez’s experiences after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001. She interviews four other Latina and African American breast cancer survivors. The film interweaves their journeys and discloses the complexities of medical access and choices, and the process and meaning of becoming women. Honest, heartfelt, hopeful.
Ms Baez-Hernandez will be present and take questions from the audience.

How Did Civil Rights Happen In Kalamazoo?
7 PM, Olmsted Room, Mandelle Hall
Oral history interviews and discussion with Phyllis Seabolt, Cal Street, Charles Warfield and James Washington, Sr. Sponsored by students in the Kalamazoo College Senior Seminar “Building the Archive: James Baldwin and His Legacy” in partnership with Southwest Michigan Black Heritage Society.

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Andy Brown

About Andy Brown

As the Director of News and Social Media, Andy shares the stories that distinguish Kalamazoo College through social media, the Web and the news media. Contact him at abrown@kzoo.edu.