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

1990-02

A flier for an event co-hosted by EBONI and Emerson professors to "compare and contrast the social justice movement of KONY 2012 to Trayvon Martin." Alt. title: "Kony & Trayvon."

2012-04-05

Handout created by white students of Emerson College in solidarity with E.B.O.N.I.'s ten demands. The document urges students to attend a discussion with invited speakers instead of attending their scheduled classes. The documents sites E.B.O.N.I.'s demands as fair and moderate and specifically calls out administration's reason for being financially unable to support the creation of fellowships. Authors of the document are not identified.

1969

Promotion flier for a play, directed by Donna Farquaharson and Claudy Paul.

2002-04-09

Gold colored flier for Cultural Week 1980 contains a calendar table listing events from April 20 through April 25. Sponsored by E.B.O.N.I., Emerson College. Events relate to African American cultural heritage.

1980-04

Flier that defines the acronym AHANA as: African Hispanic Asian Native American.

1989 - 1990 circa

Blue flier with image of African continent in the center, promoting E.B.O.N.I.'s Ha am bee, Night of Unity on November 4, 1995 at the Little Building.

1988-02

Rose-colored flier. Front side includes discussion questions for Healing the Hate video. Back side details Emerson College's Biased-Related Harassment and Discrimination Policy, possibly dated 11/97.

1996 - 1997 circa

Blue flier with image of African continent in the center, promoting E.B.O.N.I.'s Ha am bee, Night of Unity on November 4, 1995 at the Little Building.

1996-11-04

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

1991-02

Flier promoting diversity and non-prejudicial behavior. Circular handwritten text. Two small ribbons are taped to the corner, representing the Emerson College colors, gold and royal purple. Sponsored by the Office of Student Life, Division of Student Affairs.

1996 circa

Yellow flier promoting EBONI's third annual fashion show, titled Dimensions. April 1, 1990

1990-04-01

Promotion for a panel discussion covering topics such as inclusion, racism, and cross-cultural identification. The flier is on red paper with a photocopied photo image of man dressed in drag holding a child wearing a top hat.

2002-10-03

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

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

1995-02-01

The collection contains publicity materials, such as posters, pamphlets, fliers, and invitations, to promote cultural events and holidays, general meetings, banquets, panels and discussions, and other activities sponsored by the multicultural student group, AMIGOS.

1991 -

The collection contains publicity materials, such as fliers, to promote cultural events and holidays, general meetings, panels and discussions, and other activities sponsored by the Emerson student group, Asian Students for Intercultural Awareness (ASIA).

1999 -

The collection contains posters, publications, fliers, invitations, and other publicity material to promote cultural events and holidays, general meetings, banquets, panels and discussions, and other activities sponsored by multicultural student groups at Emerson.

1969 -

Invitation to Cabaret event for Emerson Alumni in New York. The Emerson College Alumni Club of Greater New York. The Cabaret at The Magic Pan, E. 57th Street, New York, NY.

1986-02-01

Promotional flier for a publishing event. Participants include: Jenefer Shute, Muriel Kagan Zager, Lew McCreary, Fiona McCrae, DeWitt Henry and Nina Ryan. Presented by Emerson College Division of Writing, Literature and Publishing.

1992-12-10

Flier from multicultural group, A.S.I.A., inviting readers to a general meeting, dinner, discussion and movie showing of the film The Circle.

2003-02-27

Flier announcing first 1999 meeting of ASIA student group (Asian Students for Intercultural Awareness)

1999-09-24

Double-sided flier. One side is a collage of images and text evoking racial stereotyping and misrepresentation. The other side contains a list of questions for a discussion racial stereotypes. The event, called Rush Hour, is presented by student groups, A.S.I.A. and E.B.O.N.I. No date is given.

Flier inviting readers to a 2002 celebration of Diwale, the Hindu New Year with a showing of the Bollywood film, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.

2002-11-03

Simple flier promoting a spring festival celebration "from different Asian countries" with guest speakers, performances and food. Sponsored by ASIA and the AHANA Cultural Center.

2002-04-18

Color flier promoting Umoja / Unity, a Kwanzaa celebration in December 2004. Music by DJ Nomadik.

2004-12-03

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

1996-12-08

5.5" x 8.8" green flier listing calendar events for the Amigos Film Discussion series of November 1994.

1994-11

Small rose-colored flier promoting AMIGOS student group. Text reads: Support the alliance!!! Be there: The Alliance Open Forum.

1994 circa

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

1997-03

Gold-colored flier promoting Cinco de Mayo B.B.Q. at the Cultural Center on April 28th.

1994-04-28

Flier promoting Dia de la Raza, Anti-Columbus Day, sponsored by student group, AMIGOS. Guest speaker, Robert Dulgarian. Contains image of united states flipped upside down with the text "otra perspectiva" over the image.

2004-10-12

Large postcard, full color with photograph of three matadors, promoting a fiesta with international food, world music and open mic in the Cultural Center.

2004-12-10

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

1996

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

1996-10-10

Promotional flier for "scenes and a discussion" with the author of Gritos y Chismesitos, to be held at the 69 Brimmer Street Studio Theater.

1998-04-15

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

1996-09-14

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

Introduction to AMIGOS student group and the group's mission and giving contact information for group leaders: Isabel Berdeja, Nicolas Rodriguez Jr., and Carlos Serrato. Orange flier with a small squared cut-out at the bottom. Flier is undated, comprised entirely of text in a challenging font.

1993-1994 circa

Promotional flier for AMIGOS meeting. All text is handwritten in Spanish. "Los invitamos a la primera reunión..." The flier is framed with the names of several Latin-American countries including Colombia, Paraguay, Argentina, etc.

1991-02-26

Promotional flier for AMIGOS meeting. Text is handwritten, primarily in English. "Come join us in the first meeting..." The flier is framed with the names of several Latin-American countries including Colombia, Panama, Argentina, etc.

1991-02-26

Flier for a concert in the Fensgate Ballroom featuring the Outlets.

1980 - 1999

Flier includes phone number for WECB.

1980 - 1999

Flier for a WECB general meeting at the Charlesgate Beige Room, seeking students interested in working at the radio station.

1993-01-27

WECB flier soliciting applications for new radio shows. The flier includes an approval for registering it with Student Life.

2009-09-24

WECB flier soliciting applications for new radio shows.

2009-09-24

Flier promoting WECB includes a radio graphic dialed to 99.9 FM.

1980 - 1999

Handwritten flier promoting WECB, includes phrase "Video killed the radio star. WECB brought I back."

1980 - 1999

Flier for a showcase at Tommy Doyle's, event includes performances by State Your Mind and Symond Said.

2009-04-19

Flier for pre-Halloween event held at the Fensgate Dining Commons, it was sponsored by The Wellness Education Center and Despina's Place. The event included a costume contest, improvisational theatre, and dance music. One side is hand written in black marker and the other side is printed but it is difficult to read because the marker bled through the paper.

1994-10-26

Flier with WECB logo.

1980 - 1999

Flier advertising several WECB dance parties in October and November: Halloween bash dance & costume party, Disco night with Wayne White, Eighties night with Toby of Toby's World, and Nineties night with Scott Morello and Wendy Metcalf.

1993-10 - 1993-11

Flier soliciting students to apply at the WECB radio station.

2010-09-29 circa

Flier promoting different types of shows on WECB, including Sports Spectrum, Public Affairs, Toby's World, and music genres including classic rock, adult contemporary, jazz, and alternative.

1980 - 1999

Flier to promote a benefit concert co-sponsored by WECB 640 AM and The Wellness Center which was held at the Fensgate Dining Hall. The proceeds from the event were donated to the Starlight Foundation. The event included acoustic performances, readings from writers from OIS, and coffee from Esspresso Royale.

1995-03-23

Flier promoting a general WECB meeting in the Charlesgate Beige Room to discuss opportunities for students to join WECB.

1980 - 1991

Flier to promote the Java Jam concert featuring performances by Six Goin' on Seven and 10 Yard Fight held at The Vault, 216 Tremont Street.

1996-11-01

Event includes performances by The Specialist, DJ Laboogs, D-Jay Born, and DJ Mic. It was held in the Cabaret.

2010-12-09

Concert featuring 10 local bands in the Charlesgate Beige Room. Half the proceeds were donated to the American Red Cross.

1980 - 1991

Flier promoting WECB includes a barcode graphic over 99.9 FM 640 AM.

1980 - 1999

Flier to promote a dance co-sponsored by WECB and Asabiyah which was held at the Fensgate. The event was 1970's themed and included a costume competition, dance contest, raffles, and music by Wayne "Play That Funky Music" White.

1993-04-22

Flier promoting a meeting at the Student Union to discuss opportunities for students to join WECB.

1997-09-11

Flier promoting Toby's World program, airing on WECB 640 AM.

1968 - 2009 circa

Flier soliciting students to apply for positions at WECB.

1997-12-15

Flier promoting radio program featuring different music genres, including "...steampunk, industrial, classical, Disney villian songs, and much more…" Original flier had a post-it on it that said: "This was possibly the greatest WECB show ever."

1990 - 2000 circa

Flier promoting a two-hour program includes Toby from Toby's World.

1990 - 2000 circa

Flier to promote 'Holiday "Bizzare"' at the Student Union. WECB and The Channel collected canned good donations for the Boston Emergency Food Cupboard.

1980 - 1999

The collection contains a constitution and publicity materials, such as advertisements, fliers, stickers, and program guides, to promote radio programs or events sponsored by WECB, Emerson's student-run radio station.

1968 - 2010 circa

Flier soliciting musical performers for WECB open mike night, the proceeds from the event will be donated to the American Red Cross. The flier directed interested performers outside the WECB office on the third floor of 126 Beacon Street for the rules and sign-up information.

1993-04-19 circa

Flier promoting an open WECB meeting in the Student Union to discuss opportunities for students to join WECB.

1997-09-11

Flier promoting WECB 640 AM 99.99 FM radio station to new students.

1998-09-20

Flier to promote open mike night, the proceeds from the event were donated to the American Red Cross. The event was held at the Fensgate Dining Commons, 534 Beacon Street, and featured musical performances.

1993-04-19

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