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Panel discusses Black Feminism

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The Damietta Center for Multicultural Affairs hosted its second Black History Month event on Wednesday in the Doyle Trustees Room. A panel of four black women discussed “What Black Feminism means in the 21st Century.” The panelists included Monica L. Ridgeway, equity and inclusion coordinator at the Education Collaborative of Western New York; Kara Oliver,…

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University honors Black History Month

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St. Bonaventure University’s Damietta Center of Multicultural Student Affairs began its celebration of Black History Month with the kickoff of its series “And Still WE Rise: Expressions of Black Heritage & Identity,” on Wednesday. This year’s theme originated from the relevance of diversity in today’s world in regard to current events, said Parker Suddeth, coordinator…

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SBU hosts Black History Month events

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By Nicolette DiMura Staff Writer St. Bonaventure has several groups devoted to promoting diversity on campus, such as the Black Student Union (BSU), Latin American Student Organization (LASO) and Let’s Talk About It. BSU’s mission is to enrich St. Bonaventure with African American culture.  Since this month is Black History Month, BSU has several upcoming…

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BSU celebrates African-American culture

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By Emmariah Holcomb Staff Writer The Regina A. Quick Center  for the Arts will come alive with African-American culture through the Black History Month show. This year’s Black History Month at St. Bonaventure aims to bring African-American culture and excitement for students, faculty and staff. The Black Student Union (BSU) will host the Black History…

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