Living History of Empowerment from the Voices of Albright Black Alumni

Friday, October 7, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM America, New York
Albright College Reading, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Hosted by: Albright Alumni Association
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This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Alumni and Donor Engagement and Albright's Society of Black Alumni (SOBA). A panel of alumni spanning several decades will discuss how Black students experienced and actively pursued empowerment on campus and how their experiences were influenced by national movements and contemporary culture.

Panelists include Justin Armstrong '18, Larry Ballard, Esq. '74, Reverend Dr. Lawrence Claiborne '11, Wayman Clark '72, Saidah Ekulona '92, Reverend Erin Hayes-Cook '02, Chantelle Haynes '05, April Jones '13, Kecia McMillian '88, DeNere Postell '05, Gus Rogers '66 and Ariel Stevenson '05.

As a complementary experience, attendees are encouraged to participate in a discussion of the book "The Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead, facilitated by Albright College Professor of English Teresa Gilliams, Ph.D. Please register here.

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A Living History of Empowerment from the Voices of Albright Black Alumni

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