41st Annual Charles H. Thompson Lecture/Colloquium RSVP (Nov. 4, 5pm EST) Lecture by Bettina L. Love Sponsored by Howard University, School of Education and The Journal of Negro Education
The Charles H. Thompson Lecture-Colloquium was initiated in 1980 by the Editorial/Advisory Board of The Journal of Negro Education under the sponsorship of the Howard University School of Education. The Lecture-Colloquium was developed as a living memorial to Professor Thompson, founder of The Journal of Negro Education . The purpose of the lecture-colloquium is to present a leading scholar to lecture and discuss issues and problems “incident to the education of Black people.” During the first Wednesday of November, the Lecture-Colloquium is held annually and seeks to continue the systematic exploration of the wide-ranging issues and problems related to the education of African Americans and ethnic minorities, to which Dr. Thompson dedicated his laudable career.

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