Welcome to the Center for Black Culture's Community Journal,
weekly announcement of events/programs/issues of interest to you.
May 12, 2009 Archived Journals

Announcements || Multicultural Programs || Employment/Internship Opportunities || Each One Reach One
CBC News || Upcoming Events || Student Organization News || Newsletter Submissions

CBC News/Information

New Date!
CPAB presents Young Jeezy and Drake
Wednesday, May 20th
8pm, Bob Carpenter Center

Annual Kente Stole Ceremony
Friday, May 29th
7pm (reception at 6pm), Clayton Hall-Main Ballroom

Those wishing to attend the ceremony should make a reservation by calling (302) 831-2991 or by sending an e-mail to [slw@udel.edu] by May 18th.

Multicultural Programs

Bolly Dancing
Tuesday, May 12th
7pm, Trabant MPR C

Come Learn Bollywood Dancing with Shadiyah! Bollywood dance comes from the Hindi film industry in Bombay and is a mixture of belly dancing, jazz dance Kathak and Indian Folk Dance, Email theajo@udel.edu to RSVP

Kal Penn "Changing the Racial Landscape"
Tuesday, May 19th
7pm, Mitchell Hall Auditorium

Kal Penn has appeared in popular films and tv show most notably, "House" and "Harold and Kumar go to White Castle." He will discuss Asian type casting and tokenism in the media. This lecture promises to be an enlightening event as it will offer progressive solutions to the problems of race in the media today. Free admission!


Wrestling Open Mats
May 11-25th
Every Monday 6-8pm & Thursdays 4-6pm, Pearson Hall
Whether you want to stay in shape or compete, everyone is welcome to open mats. Beginners will be taught the basics of wrestling. If interested please contact Mike Wright at Mwright@udel.edu or Johnathan Charles at charljo@udel.edu

CBC Newsletter Submissions

Please email slw@udel.edu to submit information for the next issue of the Community Journal.


Each One Reach One

No current listing.

Student Organization News

ASPIRE presents Hip Hop Lecture
Tuesday, May 12th
6 pm, Willard Hall Room 109

Professor Shuaib Meacham, School of Education will present the "Educational Relevance of Hip Hop and Students' Popular Culture" through lecture & audio visual clips. In addition, Laura Glass, School of Education will speak briefly about the new "Urban Education minor" being offered at UD starting fall 2009

Gospel Choir presents Songs of Victory
Sunday, May 17th
5:30pm, Prayer Temple Ministries in Newark

Admission: Free!
Come out and let us enjoy praising the Lord together!
For more info, please emal tnh@udel.edu

New Date!
CPAB presents Young Jeezy and Drake
Wednesday, May 20th
8pm, Bob Carpenter Center

Admission: $25 with student ID
Tickets on sale at UD box offices

Scholarship Opportunities

TENFOLD Enterprises Fall 2009 Scholarship

SPENDonLIFE College Scholarship

Internship Opportunities

UNA-USA Internship Program

AT&T - Human Resources

Minority Access Internship Program

Volunteer Opportunities

Building Bridges to the Future (BBF)
is an innovative leadership program for youth entering grades 10, 11, and 12.  that takes place over the course of one year.  Youth are engaged in developing skills in self awareness, diversity education, conflict management, advocacy, and leadership. 
Volunteers are needed during the summer retreat to assist with facilitating sessions and adding value to the dialog experience.  If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and are available to participate the entire week, lodging and transportation is complimentary.  If you are unable to commit for the entire week other arrangements can be made to suit your needs.   For more information, please contact Kietra Winn, Director of Youth Services at (302) 655-0039 ext. 231.



University of Delaware
Center for Black Culture Staff:
Kasandra Moye, Director
Fiona Caramba-Coker, Graduate Assistant
Sharon Warren, Staff Assistant


Center for Black Culture General Information:
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Telephone: (302) 831-2991     Fax:  (302) 831-4097