Halle Bowe is joined by Karesse Frizell, Myles Dennis, and Diamond Longs to discuss Black student leadership on campus. The four dive into how Pepperdine can continue to support Black students in assimilating into campus life.
Black History Month
Introducing Multicultural Meanings with Celine Foreman. Words have meaning, and here is the place to learn what they mean and the impact that their meaning has on specific communities.
As the sun sets on Black History Month, there are still things people must remember year-round when it comes to Black voices. Black individuals — whether here at Pepperdine or across the nation — need to be supported, heard and not tokenized to make white saviors look good.
The lack of faculty diversity poses significant challenges for minority students. Students reflect on how the presence of more POC faculty has positively impacted their college experience.
February is Black History Month — a time to celebrate, amplify and honor Black voices. Pepperdine is honoring this month by hosting several different events on campus.
Making its returning debut during the end of Black History Month, Celine and Anitiz give ten underappreciated or little known facts about Black History Month, Black History and Black People while Celine gives a personal analysis about the use of the N-word in the Black community.
After the recent social justice movement, Black History Month is more than just remembering those who have paved the way for us. This Black History Month is about honoring lives that were taken too soon and being a Black ally.
Over the summer, social media and streets rang with the sounds of protests against injustices. Now there is silence — how does one continue in allyship with the Black community?
“The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” documentary premiered at the California African American Museum.
Six Seaver women preformed slam poetry with special guest Natasha Hooper.