"Facilitating and strengthening community, advocacy, and accountability"
Our mission is to promote education and engagement with Black identified individuals on and off campus.
This 2022-2023 school year we will have some networking and socializing events, hear talks from activists and advocates for the youth of color, have healing circles, and chat with new Black businesses, from therapists to yoga studios, in Merced. We hope that you will join us!
Date: 15 October 2022
Join us while we set aside time to talk, laugh, dream, and of course walk! We will meet at different places in Merced and would love some suggestions on walking trails.
Date: 21 October 2022
Location: Zoom Link
This year our speaker series theme will center on advocacy for disabled Black and Brown people.
Date: 14 October 2022
Location: Regal Hollyhood Merced
You get your ticket, we will bring the popcorn from Black-owned Cravings Popcorn choose your custom flavor here
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