Hopkinsville Community College

bell hooks on the Big Screen – All About Love: New Visions, Spirituality, Love, Christianity and Bu

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.

bell hooks on the Big Screen – She speaks on culture race and healthy self-esteem

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.

St. Patrick’s Day virtual event

The Irish Culture Virtual Knot hosted by Presidential Ambassador.
Come join us for this virtual event to celebrate and honor this rich culture of deep roots.
Submit a video, picture, or document of recipes, share a limerick, dance a jig, storytelling, music, and much to participate no later than March 14, 2022.
Please send submissions or any questions to [email protected]

Tiffany Perkings – Founder of Black Clarksville & Black Women in Creative Spaces

Tiff Perkins is a Clarksville, TN event planning specialist and digital marketing professional. She is a graduate of Kenwood High School and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication from The University of Tennessee.

As the founder of Black Clarksville and Black Women in Creative Spaces Tiff uses her platforms to support black businesses, tell black stories, and promote past, present, and future black excellence.

She hosts several events in Clarksville and Nashville throughout the year that focus on empowering black people and pushing the culture forward. Some of her events include:

Brown Girls Brunching
BWICS Creator Summit
BLK Clarksville Week
Clarksville Juneteenth Block Party
In addition to hosting her own events, her websites host free black own business directories and event calendars that centralize information and promote shopping and supporting black.
You can learn more about Tiff Perkins, get involved with her communities, and find out about upcoming events by visiting Tiffperkins.com and blkclarksville.com
Location: Anderson Room, Emerging Technology BuildingHosted by Office of Student Engagement

bell hooks on the Big Screen – How do we define Feminist Liberation?

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.

bell hooks on the Big Screen – her critique of imperialist white supremacist heteropatriarchy

HCC will commemorate Women’s History Month, joining other community organizations, in remembering the legacy of Hopkinsville native, Gloria Jean Watkins, known by her nom de plume bell hooks with “bell hooks on the big screen”. According to Dr. John Davis, history professor at HCC, the college will host a screening of hooks interviews and discussion each Tuesday in March at noon, with the exception of March 8. Each week’s video presentation will be followed by an audience discussion facilitated by HCC faculty. The screenings will be in Thomas L. Riley Hall in the Auditorium Building on the college campus from noon until 1:00 each week. A light refreshment will be provided. The event is free and open to all. COVID protocols will be observed, and attendees are asked to wear a mask.
The series is sponsored by HCC’s History Club, Religion & Philosophy Club and the HCC Office of Student Engagement.