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Flier promoting Posada, a Christmas Banquet and Celebration. Sponsored by AMIGOS and the Sisterhood of Asaboyah Psi.

1996-12-08

Promotional poster for Hip Hop Party at Emerson College, Sat. Nov. 15th at the Cabaret, sponsored by Amigos.

1997 1998 circa

Simple promotional flier for Ahana Dance Party at the Vault, 216 Tremont. "All Welcome"

1996-09-14

Amigos presents una semana de animo, corazon, y esperanza (a week of spirit, heart, and hope). March 22-27.

1997-03

Promotional flier for Skin, a performance party and open mic, sponsored by AMIGOS and THETA, and held at the Student Union.

1996-10-10

Poster promoting three Amigos events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 13,14 and 15. Events include a cabaret, salsa workshop, freestyle dance party, general meeting, film discussion and authentic Mexican food.

1997 1998 circa

Promotional flier for regular meetings of Amigos, Emerson's Latino Organization, every Tuesday at the Cultural Center behind 132 Beacon St.

1996

Flier promoting a discussion with activist photographer, Steve Cagan at the Little Building on Tuesday, March 18 (March 25 is crossed out).

1997 1998 circa

Poster promoting AHANA Food Festival, dated December 8, 1990

1990-12-09

Promotional poster for "EBONI Presents A Tribute to Black Men," a panel discussion featuring progressive African American men." Dated Thursday, Dec. 6, 1990.

1990-12-06

Poster promoting cultural event during AHANA Week, with storyteller Lavinia Nightsong Underwood.

1989-12-08

Program for the EBONI awards banquet of April 26, 1990 at the Park Plaza Hotel, Boston. Yellow paper, single fold, four panels.

1990-12-06

A yellow newspaper article titled, This fall we open our new home on the Charles River. There is a large drawing of the building in the middle of the paper, and at the bottom are the words Beacon and Berkeley Streets Boston. In 1933, the Emerson College of Oratory purchased 130 Beacon Street to house administration and classrooms. It is the first building purchased for what will become the Back Bay campus. This would also become the heart of the Back Bay campus, with the Emerson community gathering in front of the building, dubbing the area as “The Wall.”.

1933

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