Fri, Feb 5, 2021 9:00 AM –

Sun, Feb 21, 2021 11:55 PM EST (GMT-5)

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The Harlem Renaissance was a golden age for African American artists, writers and musicians that challenged and changed a history of oppression.  It gave these artists pride in and control over how the Black experience was represented in American culture and set the stage for the civil rights movement.  To celebrate Black History Month, participate in this interactive, self-guided opportunity to learn how this period’s influence on the arts and its impact on modern Black culture makes it one of America's most important cultural movements.

The link for participants to access the tutorial is here:
This link will go live on February 5, 2021. 

PLEASE NOTE: Please allow a minimum of one week following the conclusion of the event for PATH credit to be issued. 

Direct all questions about this event or about issues with missing PATH to the following Event Sponsor(s) (Not AVIATE):

Campus Partner(s): University of Dayton Libraries

The University of Dayton strives to provide equal and easy access to programs and services for individuals with disabilities. Individuals requiring accommodations to attend this event are encouraged to contact the LTC's Office of Learning Resources (OLR) in advance with their request in order to ensure adequate processing time. 

Contact OLR by telephone at 937-229-2066 (TTY 937-229-2059 for deaf/hard of hearing) or by email at