Scholar on race in America, Cornel West will lead roundtable student talk on civil rights.
An annual celebration, this year's march visited a street named thanks to SAU efforts.
The first-ever Quad Cities Black Business Summit and Expo was held at St. Ambrose University in November and sponsored by the QC Empowerment Network.
Enjoy a video featuring SAU's international students
The night included emotional stories, singing and dancing.
They came to learn more about agriculture, business and education in Iowa.
Vietnamese immigrant Anh Le worked doubly hard to earn his SAU nursing degree
Listen to St. Ambrose students speak King's words, taken from his 1965 speech in Davenport.
Featuring some of the "heaviest hitters" in the world of Middle East experts.
Listen to a story about SAU's Middle East Institute
St. Ambrose University will celebrate Civil Rights with two weeks' worth of events. Events are open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Come join Kermit E. Thomas Jr. and Timrek3 Productions in a night of education, enlightenment, and entertainment as we travel through the decades discussing Civil Rights Awareness.
Arthur Pitz, Ph.D., will discuss the unique local civil rights movement in Davenport due to influence from the Catholic Interracial Council.
Tour the African American Museum of Iowa's permanent exhibit, Endless Possibilities, which traces Iowa’s African American heritage from its origins in western Africa to the present.
Enjoy Chinese cuisine that’s not so Americanized. This FREE Friday event will take place to celebrate Chinese New Year, January 28, 2017.