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Announcement: Bold Beautiful Black At Barnard Starts Today!

Happening now!

Are you a black-identifying individual attending Barnard College? Want to hear from fellow black-identifying Barnard students and alumni? Bold, Beautiful, Black at Barnard will be happening from today up until Wednesday with various events throughout the three days! Below is the schedule for each of the events and panels that will be held for you to attend:

Monday, March 26:

  • Bold, Beautiful, Black at Barnard kickoff, 11:00AM – 2:00PM, Diana Center lobby
  • Open Mic Night: Queer Narratives (Co-Sponsored by WBAR), 7:00PM – 9:00PM, Liz’s Place, Diana Center

Tuesday, March 27: 

Wednesday, March 28:

  • Relaxation Station, 11:00AM – 2:00PM, Diana Center Lobby
  • Blasian Narratives Screening (Co-Sponsored by AAA), 7:00PM – 9:00PM, Milbank 302.

Image via Bold, Beautiful, Black at Barnard Facebook

 

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