Black and Brilliant is an annual celebration of graduating Seniors and Harvard faculty members who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the Black community at Harvard. It is a great opportunity to reflect on the community and an excellent reminder that history is being and will continue to be made!
Event Date: Wednesday, September 5th from 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Who: President Faust, David Evans, Dean Dingman
What: Refreshments, Great Conversation, Soulful Music, and BSA/HASA/NSA
Dress: Business Casual
Where: Holden Chapel (between Stoughton and Hollis, in front of PBHA)
Freshmen: Join us to hear some of the College's Deans speak and meet many of the upperclassmen whom you've only heard stories about.
This year, the annual Black and Brilliant Awards Dinner, co-hosted by the Harvard Black Students Association, Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers, and the Harvard Black Pre-Law Association. Join us as we award three graduating Seniors and three faculty members from Harvard and its graduate schools who have demonstrated commitment to Harvard's Black community. Join us as we celebrate the students and faculty members that are making Black history right now!
We will discuss Intra-race dynamics in the Black community at Harvard and beyond. Visit our web page later for updated details!
Join BSA, HASA, NSA, and faculty from the African and African American Studies Department.
Join The Harvard Black Students Association and the Harvard Black Men's Forum on February 15th for a faculty studded event on the history of Black education in the United States. How far have we come? And What progress do we still need to make? We will have Professor Ronald Ferguson (Kennedy School) and Professor John Diamond(Graduate School of Education) as guest speakers in a discussion on Black education. You won't want to miss this event!