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Black History Month Symposium tackles feminism, colorism

Black History Month Symposium tackles feminism, colorism

February 28, 2020

FAU’s National Organization for Women (NOW) chapter, a feminist student organization, hosted the second annual Black History Month Symposium in the House Chambers and discussed feminism, racism, colorism and microaggressions in the Black community on Feb. 25.

New FAU theater organization aims to teach students about Black culture through plays, events

New FAU theater organization aims to teach students about Black culture through plays, events

February 19, 2020

Beginning this Spring, The Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective will host plays and events to teach the FAU community about Black culture.

Central Park 5 member speaks at FAU for Black History Month event

Central Park 5 member speaks at FAU for Black History Month event

February 10, 2020

The Center for IDEAs hosted Yusef Salaam on Friday to talk about his wrongful conviction and lessons he learned about hope and fear.

4 takeaways from this week’s Black mental health panel

4 takeaways from this week’s Black mental health panel

February 7, 2020

Around 90 students listened to educated panelists on mental health stigma in the Black community.

FAU NAACP member details the organization’s upcoming events, why diversity matters

FAU NAACP member details the organization’s upcoming events, why diversity matters

February 11, 2018

A look at the on-campus organization, which welcomes all ethnicities in an effort to educate society about issues affecting minorities

Boca Governor Der’Resha Bastien discusses her proudest accomplishments, goals for the campus

Boca Governor Der’Resha Bastien discusses her proudest accomplishments, goals for the campus

February 10, 2018

Bastien started as a desk clerk in the Student Union. Now, she’s the Boca campus governor, working to mentor the student body in every way she can

Black Student Union members voice the importance of ‘unity,’ their experiences with discrimination

Black Student Union members voice the importance of ‘unity,’ their experiences with discrimination

February 9, 2018

A Q&A with BSU members on how they provide a discussion space for the black community

Police Chief Sean Brammer talks why he became an officer, his goals for the department

Police Chief Sean Brammer talks why he became an officer, his goals for the department

February 8, 2018

Brammer was in his 20s studying civil engineering before he found his calling for law enforcement. Today, he works to ensure the safety of more than 30,000 college students

Student Affairs Vice President Corey King gives his thoughts on diversity, why he chose higher education

Student Affairs Vice President Corey King gives his thoughts on diversity, why he chose higher education

February 7, 2018

King talks his goals for the campus body and the issues facing students today.

FAU to host Black History Month events

FAU to host Black History Month events

February 5, 2018

The events will appear on the Boca, Davie, and Jupiter campuses.