Entries tagged with ‘black history month’

Center for Inclusive Excellence Expands Opportunities, Space

The Gustavus Center for Inclusive Excellence recently moved into an expanded and renovated space and welcomed a new assistant director.

Listen and Learn this Black History Month

Black history, experiences, and identities are explored in these curated podcast episodes from Learning for Life @ Gustavus.

Dr. Bernard Powers ’72: A Voice for the Voiceless

The director of the Center for the Study of Slavery at the College of Charleston discusses his life's work.

Remembering the BSO

“The Black Room was a kind of a haven, a psychological reprieve in an academic and racially tense situation. It was a cultural escape.” —TR Coverson ’78. Back, l to r: Walter Green ’79, Marylyn Nixon [year unknown], Geraldine (Lafayette) Coverson ’78, Patricia Kelow ’77, Thaddeus Campbell ’77, PJ [unidentified], Eddie Robinson ’76, Michelle (Swann) […]