Save the Date!BAAFSSO's Salute to Graduates of African Heritage will be held on May 1, 2015. This year's theme is Empowering Black Lives: Moving Forward With Purpose. The ceremony which is a special event for students who plan to graduate in May or Summer 2015, includes a gift; a reception with your family, friends and members of the University community; a procession of the graduates, program with a keynote speaker, and the distribution of certificates to graduates. RSVP here.If you are NJCU faculty or staff and wish to volunteer to be a marshal for event, contact Dr. Adesanya.
Scarf Diaries: A Pay About Women, Life & EntanglementsApril 19, 20152:00 PMLocation: Jersey City MuseumScarf Diaries features Antoinette Ellis-Williams performing one-act vignettes about the lives of different women, sharing their loves, heartaches, desperation and triumphs. Women's scarves serve as visual conduits of complex narratives of religion, culture, sexuality, work, childbirth, mourning, sickness, beauty and celebration. They mark rites of passage in public ways and for others declare independence or tributes of honor. Women throughout the world wrap, drape, cover, adorn and hide themselves with scarves as symbols of private convents, embellishment, joyfulness, pain, or ugliness. Join Antoinette as she leads the audience through the many stories hidden in a closet full of scarves. This is a free event, but space is limited. RSVP: Braun Wright firstname.lastname@example.org (201)200-3524.
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current By-laws (PDF)
Dr. Karen Morgan Ivy President
Monica Almonor-SolomonVice President
Deatra AshleyTreasurerAlison ThorntonCorresponding Secretary
Leah JacksonRecording Secretary
Mayya BryantStudent Representative
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