Join us for a discussion on Black Mental Health with Dr. Wilbert Charles.
Walter Echo-Hawk: The Sea of Grass: A Family Tale from the American Heartland. Echo-Hawk will discuss his latest book, The Sea Of Grass.
Join the HUB Cultural Center for our monthly discussion about hookup culture on and off campus, how to navigate ambiguity, and how to keep it safe and consensual.
Black History Month is integral in highlighting the achievements, success and overcomings that has been present in the Black community since the beginning of time.
Feminist Lecture Series: “Abolish the PIC: Internationalist Movement to End the Prison Industrial Complex” with Rehana Lerandeau and Linda Evans.
Umoja Queens group was inspired by a group of students that identify as Black Womxn that expressed an interest in engaging with and being mentored by professional black Womxn that were a part of th
A conversation about Blackness, broadly speaking, facilitated by Cookie Garrett, M.ed. This month conversation; Black & Unapologetic.
Feminist Lecture Series: “Strategies for Organizing Transnational Feminist Community: Black Feminism & South Asian Solidarities in Houston, TX” with Dr.
The California Indian Conference provides a forum for the sharing of knowledge, scholarship, and issues of importance related to Native California.
Italian-born, American South–based filmmaker Roberto Minervini’s follow-up to his Texas Trilogy is a portrait of African-Americans in New Orleans struggling to maintain their unique cultural identi