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BLACK PEOPLE O!-REPARATIONS TO BE PAID IN EVANSTON O!

June 15, 2021

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JUNETEENTH A HOLIDAY IN CHICAGO O!

June 15, 2021

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HOYT W. FULLER-GREAT PAN-AFRICANIST O!

June 15, 2021

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Hoyt W. Fuller was an American editor, educator, critic, and author during the Black Arts Movement. Fuller created the Organization of Black American Culture in Chicago. In addition, he taught creative writing and African-American literature at Columbia College Chicago, Northwestern University, and Cornell University. WikipediaBorn: 10 September 1923, Atlanta, Georgia, United StatesDied: 11 May 1981, Atlanta, Georgia, United StatesEducation: Wayne State UniversityBooks: Journey to AfricaOrganization founded: Organization of Black American CultureFeedbacken.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Hoyt_…Hoyt W. Fuller – WikipediaHoyt W. Fuller (September 10, 1923 – May 11, 1981) was an American editor, educator, critic, and author during the Black Arts Movement.aalbc.com › authors › author › auth…Hoyt Fuller, Author Info, Published Books, Bio, Photo, Video, and MoreHoyt W. Fuller (September 10, 1923 – May 11, 1981) was an editor, educator, critic, and author during the Black Arts Movement. Fuller  …scholarworks.umass.edu › dissertatio…””Journey Toward A Black Aesthetic”: Hoyt Fuller, The Black …by JB Fenderson · 2011 · Cited by 11 — … and cultural work of Hoyt W. Fuller and the formation of the Black intellectual community in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s.People also search forAmiri BarakaHaki R. MadhubutiDudley RandallGwendolyn BrooksMaya AngelouNikki GiovanniSonia SanchezRosa GuyView allasalh.org › building-the-black-arts-…Building the Black Arts Movement: Hoyt Fuller and the Cultural …As both an activist and the dynamic editor of Negro Digest, Hoyt W. Fuller stood at the nexus of the Black Arts Movement and the broader …www.amazon.com › Books-Hoyt-W…Hoyt W Fuller: Books – Amazon.comResults 1 – 16 of 29 — Negro Digest Sept/Oct. 1968. by Ed. Fuller, Hoyt W. | Jan 1, 1968.worldcat.org › lccn-n87905551Fuller, Hoyt 1923-1981 [WorldCat Identities]W kierunku Czarnej Estetyki by Hoyt Fuller( ) 1 edition published in 2002 in Polish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwidewww.goodreads.com › book › showJourney to Africa by Hoyt W. Fuller – GoodreadsHoyt W. Fuller. 3.75 · Rating details · 4 ratings · 0 reviews. A candid memoir of an African American’s journey to a continent which bears the …3.8  (4)blackthen.com › hoyt-w-fuller-edito…Hoyt W. Fuller: Editor of the First World Magazine and Black World …17 Sep 2018 — Hoyt W. Fuller was an editor and writer who worked as editor of the Negro Digest, which became the Black World in 1970.findingaids.auctr.edu › resourcesCollection: Hoyt William Fuller collection | Archives Research …All materials in this collection are either protected by copyright and/or are the property of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta  …artsandculture.google.com › entityHoyt W. Fuller — Google Arts & CultureHoyt W. Fuller was an American editor, educator, critic, and author during the Black Arts Movement. Fuller created the Organization of Black …More results

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BLACK PEOPLE O! – CELEBRATE JUNETEENTH IN BLACK UTAH O!

June 11, 2021

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Juneteenth events planned for Ogden, Provo and Salt Lake City

As Utah’s Juneteenth celebrations enter their 32nd year, the expanded slate of events includes a film festival and a ‘State of Black Utah’ town hall

(Leah Hogsten | Tribune file photo) Betty Sawyer, photographed in 2020, has been organizing Ogden’s Juneteenth celebration since 1989, many years before Juneteenth was designated an official Utah observance.

(Leah Hogsten | Tribune file photo) Betty Sawyer, photographed in 2020, has been organizing Ogden’s Juneteenth celebration since 1989, many years before Juneteenth was designated an official Utah observance.By Kolbie Peterson  | June 10, 2021, 1:00 p.m.| Updated: 4:33 p.m.

After a hard year, Betty Sawyer is ready to celebrate.

The Black community, she notes, has “had so much heaviness,” she says, between the coronavirus pandemic and the deaths of George Floyd and others at the hands of police officers. This year, it’s especially important for Black people to engage in what she describes as the “radical resistance” of self-care. A longtime advocate for the Black community, Sawyer was certain that “Black joy” needed to be a central focus of the various Juneteenth celebrations planned in Utah this year.

In 2016, the Utah Legislature designated the third Saturday in June as Juneteenth Freedom Day, an official state observance. The name Juneteenth (the contraction of “June” and “nineteenth”) refers to the day in 1865 that federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, and emancipated 250,000 enslaved people, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed.

While Juneteenth has been an official state holiday in Utah for only a few years, it has been celebrated in the state a lot longer than that.

Sawyer has been organizing Ogden’s Juneteenth celebration since 1989. (More precisely, she has been organizing Ogden’s Juneteenth event as long as it has existed.)

Utah’s Black population has indeed grown since the 1980s — today, almost 48,000 Black individuals call Utah home — but that community is largely “dispersed,” says Cleopatra Balfour, another Juneteenth organizer.

So, to give Black Utahns the opportunity to gather and rejoice after a year like 2020 — when Juneteenth events had to be held virtually — organizers collaborated to plan three large events this year, on nonconflicting weekends. They will be on June 12 in Provo, June 19 in Ogden, and June 26 in Salt Lake City, all themed around the concept of “Black joy.”

Leaving a difficult 2020 behind, organizers “wanted to look forward to this brighter time, to this brighter future,” Sawyer says. She sees the focus on Black joy as a way to “talk about the strength, the courage, the resiliency of a people, who against all odds continues to have hope, continues to fight for justice, equity and inclusion.”

Balfour, who is organizing this year’s large Salt Lake City and Provo Juneteenth events, echoes that sentiment. Black joy, she says, is the ability “to see the joy that exists despite all of the other stuff. … Being able to call out and celebrate those instances and focus on those are acts of self-care.”

Below is a rundown of some of the many activities that will be happening at each of those free community gatherings, as well as other Juneteenth-related events that will be happening around the state.

The State of Black Utah Town Hall

When • June 11, 6 p.m.

Where • Weber State University Davis Campus, located at 2750 University Park Blvd. in Layton; the event will take place in Auditorium D-3 at WSU Davis.

What • The State of Black Utah Town Hall is focused on “Education Equity & Justice.”

FYI • The evening will include a screening of the civil rights documentary “Beloved Community Project” by Marian Howe-Taylor, with a discussion about the film afterward. For more information about the town hall, visit weber.edu/juneteenth.

Provo: Juneteenth Celebration and Black-Owned Business Expo

When • June 12, 1 p.m.-8 p.m.

Where • Automotive Addiction, an automobile museum at the Provo Towne Centre mall, 1200 Towne Centre Blvd.

What • Vendors will have a variety of goods for sale, and all will be Black-owned businesses. There will also be a Black art exhibit, live music and food trucks.

FYI • Admission is free, but if you register online ahead of time you can get a free raffle ticket.

Ogden: Utah Juneteenth Festival and Holiday Commemoration

When • June 19, noon-9 p.m.; June 20, noon-8 p.m.

Where • Ogden Amphitheater, in Ogden Park, 343 E. 25th St.

What (June 19) • Entertainment will include performances by Missouri singer and musician Zenobia Smith, Georgia rapper Young Dro, and local artists yet to be announced. The winner of the Juneteenth Essay Contest will also be announced, and high school and college graduates will be honored. Contestants will also compete in the Mr. & Miss Juneteenth Scholarship Pageant. A mobile clinic will be set up at the festival to administer COVID-19 vaccinations.

What (June 20) • A special Father’s Day tribune will be held June 20. Hairstylists can compete in the “Golden Clipper” Barber Battle and the new “Crowns” Braiding Battle, where they’ll be judged on style, creativity and precision. “We know that Black hair is important,” Sawyer says. “It speaks to a lot of areas of our identity.”

For more info • Visit weber.edu/JUNETEENTH.

Salt Lake City: Juneteenth Celebration and Black-Owned Business Expo

When • June 26, noon to 10 p.m.

Where • The Gateway, 18 N. Rio Grande St. in Salt Lake City. Rio Grande Street and the portion of 100 South that runs through the mall will be closed to vehicle traffic.

What • Vendors will have a variety of goods for sale, and all will be Black-owned businesses. There will also be Black art, storytelling, food trucks, kids activities, roller skating, spoken word performances, a movie screening, DJs and more.

FYI • Admission is free, but if you register online ahead of time, you can get a free raffle ticket and a free roller skate rental.

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June 10, 2021

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BLACK PEOPLE O!-TULSA RACE MASSACRE O!

June 8, 2021

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June 8, 2021

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REPARATIONS FOR BLACK PEOPLE O!

June 8, 2021

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