The Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education fosters communication about Berea’s Great Commitment:
“To assert the kinship of all people and provide interracial education with a particular emphasis on understanding and equality among blacks and whites as a foundation for building community among all peoples of the earth.”
We promote social and cultural change and exchange that underscores our institutional motto:
“God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth” (Acts 17:26).
In our service to faculty, staff, students and community, we offer various programs in the Center. The Center is in the Alumni Building on Berea’s campus.
CARTER G. WOODSON CENTER FOR INTERRACIAL EDUCATION
FIRST STUDENT CIVIL RIGHTS SEMINAR AND TOUR
March 1 – 5, 2019
UPDATE: All registrations now will go on “Waiting List”. You will be notified within 5 days if a place becomes available for you.
Please plan to join the first Student Civil Rights Seminar and Tour sponsored by the Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education during the 2019 Spring Break, March 1- 5, 2019. The planned tour will travel to several cities and states with significant American Civil Rights history.
There is no charge to students for the seminar and tour, and registration is open to all interested Berea College students regardless of their major, on a first come, first registered basis until all available bus seats are filled. We hope you will take advantage of this wonderful opportunity by registering for the seminar and tour on the Carter G. Woodson Center website by following this link.
I look forward to greeting you on the tour!
During the Kentucky Council of Churches Annual Awards Banquet held in Louisville on Thursday, October 25, Dr. Alicestyne Turley and members of the Carter G. Woodson Center Diversity Peer Education Team received an award for the work they are doing with students and the community to promote civil dialogue. The award citation reads as follows:
Kentucky Council of Churches
Carter G. Woodson Center
Unpacking Power & Privilege by providing educational opportunities for students of all races who have
great promise and limited economic resources.
Congratulations to Dr. Turley, staff and the members of the CGWC Diversity Peer Education Team (DPET).