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Black Intersections Conference: Presence, Power, and Promise (March 23-25, 2018)

Students of African descent and The Office of Black Student Affairs at The Claremont Colleges are hosting the second annual Black Intersections Conference to discuss pertinent issues and events impacting Black communities locally and globally.

Welcome to the Black Intersections Conference: Presence, Power, and Promise

March 23 - 25, 2018 in Claremont, California

at The Claremont Colleges

 

  Office of Black Student Affairs | History of the Claremont Colleges

Black Intersections website - conference info | session and presentation info

Conference Planning Committee

Conference Planning Committee:

  • Tiffani J. Smith, student, Claremont Graduate University; Graduate Student Manager, Office of Black Student Affairs; Conference Co-Chair
  • Lydia Middleton, Dean, Office of Black Student Affairs; Conference Co-Chair
  • Nick Daily, Assistant Dean, Office of Black Student Affairs; conference assessment and speaker coordinator
  • Latreace Cox, Administrative and Events Coordinator, Office of Black Student Affairs; Conference administrator
  • "Maabena" Jessica Debra, student, Pomona College; president, Pan African Students Association at The Claremont Colleges; 7C student outreach coordinator
  • Dr. Maryan Soliman, Professor of Black Studies, Scripps College; scholarship and faculty outreach coordinator
  • Jennifer Thompson, Social Sciences Librarian & Team Leader, The Claremont Colleges Library; library guide coordinator and archives liaison