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Under the auspices of the Center for Black Culture, students serve on committees, participate in campus organizations and help implement Center programs. The Center works closely with the Cultural Programming Advisory Board which is comprised of undergraduate students who are dedicated to fostering a more culturally aware community. Members of the CPAB serve as an advisory group to the Center and are responsible for planning and implementing large-scale events for the campus.


Student Organizations: Contact:  
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
(Lambda Gamma Chapter)
Melissa Jones
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
(Xi Omicron Chapter)
Zulu Oyaro
Black Student Union
Miata Smith
Cultural Programming Advisory Board
Iris Turner
Dark Arts Dance Theater
Ikira Peace
Delaware African Students Association
Aderonke Solanke
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc
(Mu Pi Chapter)
Vanessa Hatton
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
(Nu Xi Chapter)
Malachi Walker
Saharra Dixon
National Association of Black Accountants
Shawnice Shields
National Society of Black Engineers
Kemba Hall
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
(Kappa Eta Chapter)
Janaj Francis
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc
(Theta Omicron Chapter)
University of Delaware Gospel Choir
Jarinat Sola-Rufai
Warriors for Christ
Vincent Moore
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
(Chi Theta Chapter)
Keyanna Riddick ßLC
* Organizations with the ßLC designation are members of the Black Leadership Council.


The Black Leadership Council:

The most meaningful way for students to become involved with the Center is to become a member of one of the participating Black Leadership Council (BLC) groups listed above. The BLC is a sub-committee of the Black Student Union. The BLC and its member organizations operate under the Center's dates policy. Although it is not mandatory, we encourage each organization to follow the dates policy in hopes that we can foster respect and unity on campus. BLC organizations meet monthly to discuss upcoming events and issues impacting the black community. For specific information about this policy, please review the CBC's Event Policy.