Black Student Awareness Committee

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Under the office of Student Multicultural & Diversity Programs, the Black Student Awareness Committee (BSAC) seeks to promote, preserve and unify Black culture on the campus of UAB. Through the promotion of educational events and programs, BSAC strives to increase the awareness of issues surrounding the Black community on our campus, within the city of Birmingham and across this nation. BSAC encourages Black heritage, celebrates the accomplishments of Black people on and around the campus and offers insight into the future of Black America. The Black Student Awareness Committee welcomes all races to be involved in our attempts to honor, promote and preserve Black excellence on our culturally diverse campus.

Upcoming Events

BSAC General Body Meeting

Monthly meeting for current members and for people looking to join.

10/22 6:30pm
Fellas, Let's Talk - The Black Student Experience

Being a black male on a predominantly white campus is complex, and brings up issues of stigma, identity and connection. This group will provide a safe space...

11/12 6pm
Hey Sis Hey! The Black Student Experience

Being a black college woman is complex and brings up issues related to concepts of vulnerability, strength and stigma. This group will provide a space for...

11/14 6pm
Fellas, Let's Talk - The Black Student Experience

Being a black male on a predominantly white campus is complex, and brings up issues of stigma, identity and connection. This group will provide a safe space...

12/10 6pm
Hey Sis Hey! The Black Student Experience

Being a black college woman is complex and brings up issues related to concepts of vulnerability, strength and stigma. This group will provide a space for...

12/10 6pm

Recent Events

Button Making

10/17/2019

Trap and Paint

10/16/2019

Recent Activity

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