|Black Family Week (BFW)
Black Family Week is a time to celebrate the richness of Black culture and to bring awareness to the history and presence of the African Diaspora at the UC Davis campus. This weeklong celebration consists of educational programs, an annual Delta Sigma Theta luncheon honoring the work of campus staff and faculty, and overall fellowship geared toward reviving the Black UC Davis community. The week culminates with Black Family Day, a dynamic event featuring live entertainment, a childrenÍs fair, a wine and jazz social, food, arts and crafts vendors, and more, providing an opportunity for a community of students, alumni, family and friends to come together and celebrate the diversity of the African Diaspora.
Porcha Chambers, BFW/BFD Coordinator
Title: Who's Going to Stop Me?
Date: Tuesday November 15th
Location: King Lounge (2nd Floor of Memorial Union)
Description: A forum created exclusively for African and African-American males to address and discuss the "Black Male" experience at UC Davis.
Contact: Saba Alemnew at firstname.lastname@example.org or Hailey Caparella at email@example.com.
Black Family Week is a program of the Cross Cultural Center and funded by ASUCD, Office of Campus Community Relations, and the Building a More Inclusive Community Initiative. Special thanks to all collaborating organizations and departments, including African American and African Alumni Association, Cal Aggie Alumni Association, Internship & Career Center, Entertainment Council, Imani Clinic, Bohart Museum of Entomology and Lambda Sigma Gamma.