Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education

Programs

• Interracial Intercultural Community Dinners

The Black Cultural Center  hosts on Tuesdays, a community dinner that is designed to engage the campus community in an ongoing diversity focused dialogue. Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend. Dinner is provided (vegetarian options are also available). Participants should RSVP to the Black Cultural Center.

• Unity Banquet

The Banquet takes place on the 3rd Saturday in the month of February. It is a part of the Carter G. Woodson Weekend and is designed to introduce prospective students to the campus community and celebrate current student’s accomplishments. The following activities are a part of the banquet festivities:

  • The Student Talent Showcase
  • Motivational Speaker
  • Dinner
  • The Carter G. Woodson Distinguished Student Service Award, established in honor of Woodson, who is the Father of Black History Week and a Berea College Alumnus, recognizes students of color with exemplary services, leadership, and academic achievements. This award is given annually at the Unity Banquet during Black History Month.

 

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