Concert & Lecture Series
The Concert and Lecture Series produces more than sixty events each
year at more than half the college's campuses. Concert and Lecture
Series events celebrate the many cultures and the superlative
creativity found in the Bay Area, support the curriculum and student
success by bringing masters at their craft to the college, address
current issues and events in the world, and bring together the many
diverse points of view found in our community. The Concert and Lecture
Series reaches out to the community at large through public relations
methods and by inviting schools, City and County departments, public
libraries and other organizations to participate in our events.
The goal of the Concert and Lecture Series is to bring high quality programs and speakers to for the benefit of students, faculty, staff and the general public. Because the budget for honoraria comes from student fees, all C/LS events must be presented FREE and must be open to the public.
CCSF African-American Studies and Concert & Lecture Series present:
In honor of Black History Month:
Dr. Joy DeGruy’s Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome : America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing
When: Wednesday, February 14th, 10-11:30 a.m.
Where: Diego Rivera Theater
Free and open to the public.