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OSU Medical Center’s Black History Month Celebrations 

 
The Medical Center celebrates Black History month with the theme Reaching for the Top…We Are One.
 
This year’s Black History Month celebrations will be held at both University Hospital East and main campus on Thursday, February 24, for two inspiring programs featuring engaging speakers.
 
OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith and Ohio Supreme Court Justice Yvette McGee Brown will deliver important messages on their accomplishments as African-Americans and how their commitment to the community has impacted their lives.
 
Musical performances, along with essay readings from Columbus City School students, are planned. Light refreshments will be served at the end of the program.
 
University Hospital East, Wallace Auditorium 8 – 10 a.m.
Gene Smith - Athletic Director and Associate Vice President, OSU Athletics Associate Vice President - Business Advancement, The Ohio State University
 
Ross Heart Hospital Auditorium  11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Justice Yvette McGee Brown – Supreme Court of Ohio
 
In celebration of Black History Month, in addition to Medical Center activities, the University has several events and programs planned throughout the month to celebrate the highlights and accomplishments of African Americans in art, music, history, education and other areas. For a complete list of University activities visit: http://mcc.osu.edu/inter-intra-cultural-programming/heritage-and-awareness-months/united-black-world-month1/.
 

Posted on 4-Feb-11 by Fries, Sarah
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