WHAT'S NEW: SEPTEMBER 2019

CONFERENCE TIME

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2020 will be our year. 


It is not only the year of the next presidential election;  it is also the year of the next U.S. Census.  


To help inform and inspire the work of black alumni groups, associations and networks, the 2020 Black Alumni Summit conference theme will be on motivating civic engagement, voter registration, census participation, and local political leadership. 


Our annual convening will be hosted by Florida State University Black Alumni in Tallahassee, FL on February 28 + 29, 2020, and our Community Service Day will be on March 1, 2020. 


REGISTER TODAY BY CLICKING HERE. 

Updated:  September 12, 2019

CELEBRATING OUR UNIVERSITIES

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 #TurksAndCaicos

#July2020

#BlackAlumniSummitCruise

#PrepareDeposits


Please share with your Black Alumni associations!

We will open up bookings in late September/early October, so please begin to prepare your deposit (about $100 per person).


 We will be kicking off planning for different meet and greet events, private pool parties, group excursions, etc. Many thanks to those on the cruise committee! If you’re interested in joining, please let us know.

Updated:  September 6, 2019


Purpose & collective work

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  MISSION:  The Black Alumni Summit unifies and empowers black alumni individuals and groups through civic engagement, economics, and advocacy.   


The Summit was created in Atlanta in fall 2018 after black leaders across 10+ schools agreed that a collective voice is essential in moving our universities, alumni, and local communities forward. 

  

We reclaim the power of an "alumni network," and we define it in a way that ties us to principles that we, as black alumni, know well: unity, self determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, and faith. 

Updated:  August 5, 2019