Week 4: The 1980s with Lisa Boykin, Kevin Hawkins, Margret LaChapelle Sonnier, and Phyllis Stone
Welcome to week 4 of Shared Reading Experience - Black Domers: African-American Students at Notre Dame in Their Own Words. Corey discusses the 70s with Lisa Boykin, Kevin Hawkins, Margret LaChapelle Sonnier, and Phyllis Stone. This week's reading is chapter 4 of the book.
Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 2)
Black @ ND is a talk show that will discuss the experiences, successes, and challenges of the University of Notre Dame’s African American students, current and alumni, and the steps taken to survive in a community that lacks representation of color. It is our job to discuss the difficult topics and have honest perspectives followed by ways of improvement with aims to build a better community. For today’s topic “What Does it Mean to be Black at ND?” host Emorja Roberson ’17 is joined by Don Wycliff, David Krashna, Ben Finley, and Percy A. Pierre.
Breaking Down Barriers to African American Entrepreneurship
On Tuesday, June 30th the IDEA Center at the University of Notre Dame hosted a webinar conversation on how to break down systemic barriers around African American entrepreneurship. More specifically, our panel of speakers discussed what barriers exist for Black entrepreneurs (and why); what needs to be done to increase Black entrepreneurship; how models of Black entrepreneurship might look different from what traditional models expect; and how Notre Dame, other universities, investors, politicians, and attendees of the webinar can support these efforts now.
Bringing himself to the role
Presented by With Voices True
“I don’t need you to be my voice, I just need you to pass the mic that you’re hoarding right now.” – Samuel Jackson
We Are ND Stories
Presented by Notre Dame Alumni Association
Art for Thought: "All The Boys"
Presented by Snite Museum of Art
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