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ABC, NIA, and LACSA Presents: The Annual Welcome Back Cookout

Saturday, Sep 16, 2 pm
Portlock Black Cultural Center

Issa cookout...issa function...issa family reunion. In the spirit of heavy set aunties and ashy-kneed uncles with linen short set and woven sandal combos, the welcome back cookout is your only opportunity for FREE food and fellowship that is good for the soul. Tell a friend to tell a friend. "Give me ya tired, ya broke." Pull up with playing cards, dominoes, empty stomachs, and personal hot sauce bottles and enjoy a vibe like no other. Word to ya mother. 

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Kyriarchy: The New Patriarchy

Thursday, Mar 30, 8 pm
Portlock Black Cultural Center

Explaining Kyriarchy: An ABC and QUEST Collaboration This will be our first official collaboration with QUEST. Within this discussion, we will discuss the meaning of Kyriarchy and how there are social systems in place that result in oppression.  If you are unfamiliar with the term, there is no shame in that! This is not an exclusive discussion. It is an discussion that we hope encourages people to talk about the various ways in which marginalized communities are made to be...

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ABC Trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Saturday, Feb 11, 7 am
Williams Center for the Arts

Join the Association of Black Collegians on a trip to the newly opened, National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC!! The event will take place on February 11, 2017 and spaces are limited so express interest now!! The bus will leave from the Williams Center for the Arts at 7:00 am and arrive back on campus at 11:00 pm giving attendees plenty of time to enjoy the museum and explore all that the nation's capital has to offer!  

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Open MIc Night

Friday, Feb 12, 5:30 pm
Portlock Black Cultural Center

This event serves as a tool for people to come and express their beliefs/ showcase their talents.

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#SayHerName Validity Discussion

Thursday, Feb 11, 6 pm
Portlock Black Cultural Center

This event will discuss the marginalization of black women in America and within the realm of activism (or at least the presented marginalization). Come out and support this great event.

This event does not require an RSVP.