F.A.C.E.S. Event


Location: Civil Rights Heritage Center

F.A.C.E.S.: Fighting And Counteracting the Effects of Stereotypes

Please join Professor Cyraina Johnson-Roullier’s University Literature Seminar and 400-Level classes for an edifying and enlightening evening in which you will learn about the history, development and contemporary transformations of the cultural stereotypes and caricatures that have affected African Americans and other groups in American society. By providing more in-depth knowledge about these often troublesome cultural attitudes and ideas, Writing Harlem’s students seek to offer the Notre Dame, IUSB and South Bend communities a space to consider how they might add their own F.A.C.E.S. to the fight!

Enjoy a reception while viewing and discussing student exhibits, and get fired up with the Chicago-style blues tunes of Notre Dame’s own Oblates of Blues!


Wednesday, April 24
6:30-8:30 pm

The Civil Rights Heritage Center
(The Natatorium)
1040 W. Washington Street
South Bend, Indiana 46601
(574) 307-6135
For more information, please contact Cyraina Johnson-Roullier at cjohnson@nd.edu