2019 Black Issues Conference

Bowling Green State University’s Black Issues Conference is a nationally recognized conference that provides a forum for research and discussion of issues affecting the African-American community and culture. This year’s keynote speaker is Shaun King.

Bowling Green State University’s Black Issues Conference (BIC) offers a forum for research and discussion of issues affecting the African-American community and culture. This year’s conference features a nationally known keynote speaker, Shaun King, in addition to a diverse set of workshops and panel discussions led by undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, administrators and members of the local, regional and national communities. The conference, which is in its nineteenth year, will take place on February 22, 2019 throughout the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. While this conference is open to all, pre-registration, which starts December 30, 2018, is required. BIC 2019 is a joint partnership between the Black Student Union and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Categories: Cultural Educational BGSU

Tags: All Community Civic & Service Networking Opportunities


Date:

22 February, 2019

Start Time:

8:30 am

Location:

Bowen-Thompson Student Union

Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Bowling Green State University

Bowling Green

43403


Organizer Information

Name:

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Phone Number:

419-372-9645

Founding Sponsors