Black History Month

In Living Color: The Black Student Leadership Summit

In Celebration of Black History Month 2015

In Living Color: The Black Student Leadership Summit

Saturday, February 28, 2015, 10 am to 4 pm, School of Education Building, Registration and breakfast at 9am

Featuring Keynote Address: “The N-Word: Is There a Message in The Madness?” Dr. Eddie Moore, Educator, Consultant and Founder of the White Privilege Conference

Concurrent Sessions:

  • The Continent Today: Contemporary Africa’s Influence on the World
  • Stereotypes in the 21st Century Black America: The Colorism Divide
  • Building Wealth in the Community: Supporting Black Businesses
  • Importance of Performing Arts in Social Movements
  • Creative Visioning and the Leadership Canvas: Draw Your Future
  • Untold Stories: Black History in North Carolina

Sponsored by the African American Studies Club, African Student Union, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Neo Black Society/Writer’s INK, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., SIASA, UNCG NAACP, Well Versed Xpressionz, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Housing and Residence Life Social Justice and Diversity Initiatives Committee, Office of Multicultural Affairs

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Free and open to all members of the UNCG community. Boxed lunch included.

For more information contact Dr. Mark Villacorta (mavillac@uncg.edu) or call the Office of Multicultural Affairs, 336-334-5090.

Summit Schedule at-a-glance

900              Check-In and Continental Breakfast

1000            Welcome (SOEB 120)

1010            “Leadership in the Black Community”, Dr. Eddie Moore, Educator, Consultant and Founder of the White Privilege Conference.

1100            Concurrent Sessions I

  • The Continent Today: Contemporary Africa’s Influence on the World (SOEB 110)
  • Stereotypes in the 21st Century Black America: The Colorism Divide (SOEB 108)
  • Building Wealth in the Community: Supporting Black Businesses (SOEB 106)

1200           Lunch (SOEB Lobby)

100             Concurrent Sessions II

  • A Litany of Survival: The Importance of Performance Arts in Social Movements (SOEB 110)
  • Creative Visioning and the Leadership Canvas: Draw Your Future (SOEB 108)
  • Untold Stories: Black History in North Carolina (SOEB 106)

200              “The N-Word: Is There a Method to the Madness?”, Dr. Eddie Moore, Educator, Consultant and Founder of the White Privilege Conference (SOEB 120)