When Dr. James P. Holland passed away in 1998, he left a long legacy at Indiana University, the institution where he received his master’s and Ph.D. degrees, taught for 30 years, and made an impact on scores of students.
The Won Joon Yoon updated scholarship application is now open.
Waving colorful scarves and wearing bright dashiki shirts, African American Choral Ensemble members opened their performance Wednesday at University Elementary School with a song called “Funga Alafia.” “It’s an African song that means ‘We come to greet you. We welcome you,’” Raymond Wise, the ensemble’s director, told the students.
The Legacy Wall is a traveling, interactive exhibit designed to raise awareness of the multiple contributions LGBTQ people have made to shared human history, to provide historically significant role models for LGBTQ youth, and to lessen the incidence of bullying in schools and communities by encouraging a culture of mutual respect.
African American Dance Company, IU Northwest students enthralled by Dance Theatre of Harlem performance at IU Auditorium
When it was announced that the Dance Theatre of Harlem, a historic African American dance company founded by the legendary Arthur Mitchell, would tour three Indiana University campuses both Iris Rosa, the director of IU’s African American Dance Company, and James Wallace, director of IU Northwest’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, knew it would be a great opportunity for their students.