by Teddy Goldman
The fifth annual Black Arts Cultural
Festival is being held this week to promote
black culture, Leroy Bynum, BSM cultural
coordinator, announced Monday.
The festival began Sunday with a recital
by Martha Flowers, a member of the UNC
school of music, and a concert by the BSM
Gospel Choir. Flowers recently completed a
tour of major world cities playing the role of
Bess in George Gershwin's opera Porgvand
The Ebony Readers and Lance Jeffers, an
English professor at N.C. State University
and the author of two books of poetry, gave
a public reading of some of his works
Bynum explained that many Black Arts
Cultural Festivals only emphasize pop
music, poetry and dance, but there are other
aspects of black culture.
Today through Sunday an art exhibit by
Clarence Mayo, manager of the Union
Snack Bar. will be heid in the North Gallery.
All events are free unless otherwise
Other events in the festival, which ends
The BSM Opeyo Dancers will present a
recital at 8 p.m. April 7 in Memorial Hall.
Jayne Cortez, New York poet and
author of Celebrations and Solitudes, will
give a reading of her poetry Thursday, April
8, at 8 p.m. in Memorial Hall.
Donald Bogel, movie critic and author
of Tom's Coons, Mulattoes. Mammies and
Bucks, will speak on "An Interpretive
History of Blacks in American Films" at 8
p.m. Friday, April 9, in Memorial Hall.
A BSM picnic will be held at 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 10, on Ehringhaus field.
Admission is 50 cents with a UNC I.D. or
SI. 00 without.
An African Cabaret, a combination
dance and African fashion show, featuring
the group "Bite. Spit and Chew" will be held
at 10 p.m. April 10 in Great Hall. Admission
is $1.50 single, $2.50 couple.
"Sounds of Black World," a musical
drama produced by a semi-professional
North Carolina group, will be presented at 8
p.m. Sunday, April 11, in Memorial Hall.
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Blood gushed from his nose and from
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Calley's final appeal denied
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Former Army
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22 Vietnamese civilians during the 1968 My
Lai massacre, lost a final effort to clear his
name Monday when the Supreme Court
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Although seven years of a 1 0-year
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think that effectively that is the final word
and 1 think that it exhausts the legal remedies
at this time."
House approves flu innocuiation
WASHINGTON (IJPi)-The House
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$135 million for a crash program of
inoculating all Americans against swine
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President Ford sought the money after the
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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
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