John M. Pfau Library, Black Faculty, Staff, and Student Association, and Black Voice Foundation Present:
“FOOTSTEPS TO YOU”
When: Friday, January 25, 2013
Presentation: 11 a.m.-Noon
Exhibit Guided Tour: Noon- 1 p.m.
Presenter: Arthur Smith
Location: CSUSB Pfau Library PL-4005 (4th Floor)
Complimentary Parking (see kiosk).
“Footsteps to You,” which includes the Isaacs Collection, is an exhibit about the historic experiences of people from many African nations and leads to the beginning of the Underground Railroad at the end of the 18th century. With a desire to inspire future generations, we are sharing the accumulation of stories, artifacts, mementos, and art from our walk through history.
Selections from the Isaacs Art Collection will be included in the exhibit Dr. Amos Isaacs and his wife Lorraine have accumulated a collection of more than 900 original artifacts from Africa that represent numerous tribes, cultures, and traditions.
Arthur Smith is the lead docent and storyteller, and he has a passion for the history and cultures that he would like to share with others. His passion stems from his traveling loving family (eight countries and counting). Arthur volunteers with the Black Voice Foundation and has spent 2012 researching the Isaacs Art Collection.
If you have any ideas for future lectures or would like to know more about upcoming events, please email Iwona Contreras at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (909) 537-5102.
The lecture is free to all CSUSB students and employees, as well as the community at large.
About The Foundation: The Black Voice Foundation for Media, History, & the Arts 501(c) (3) was founded in 1988 with a mission to train and educate individuals in print media. With the digital revolution, the rapid growth of technology in the world of communications and media, and the need to impact lives through a diverse set of multimedia platforms. The foundation has expanded its mission to include digital and electronic media and a burgeoning set of projects in the fields of education, professional development, media, history, and the arts.