USF Black Student Union will host the Annual Black Cultural Dinner on Wednesday Feb 27,2013. The program will feature Ernest Green, an original member of the Little Rock Nine, the first group of African-American students to integrate public schools.
Overall, the goal of the Annual Black Cultural Dinner is to promote multicultural learning, explore the diversity of others, develop a better understanding of African American culture among the entire USF student body, and celebrate Black History Month together. The Black Student Union is striving to educate the community on current issues facing African Americans, and to start a dialogue on these critical issues. Past events featured political activist, Bobby Seale, and MC Lyte on Arts and Activism.
Please remember to bring your USF ID, otherwise tickets at the door will cost $15.
Black Cultural Dinner will include an ART GALLERY, KEYNOTE SPEAKER: ERNEST GREEN, STUDENT PERFORMANCES, AND DINNER CATERED BY HARD KNOX CAFE.
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If you are a person with disability who needs reasonable accommodations for this event, please contact Student Disability Services at 415.422.2613 at least five days prior to the event. Please know that some accommodations (e.g. sign language, interpreting, realtime captioning) may take longer than five days to arrange.