SEP 30TH: FYI
THE REAL TEA: MIS AND DISINFORMATION IN 2020
In the last election, we saw misinformation and disinformation become problems that touched every part of our society, and HBCU campuses were not exempt. Join us in a discussion about misinformation, disinformation, what’s right, what’s wrong, and where we can access accurate information.
OCT 7TH: WHO'S ALL THERE?WORKING
WITH THIRD-PARTY ORGS
Wanting to get involved on campus can be difficult when the parties engaging with you can come from a superficial and even stereotypical understanding of HBCUs’ political leanings and points
of view. Join us to discuss what third-party organizations' approach to organizing students looks like; from nonprofits to PACs and National Initiatives.
OCT 14TH: WHO PUT YOU IN CHARGE?
ELECTED AND ENGAGED
During election season, many organizations work hard to educate and mobilize students around issues, while candidates seek to make their case for election. Join us in conversation with black elected officials from across the country to discuss what genuine relationships between Government officials and HBCUs should look like.
OCT 21ST: GET THE VOTE & THE BREAD
CAREERS IN CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
Working to make a difference can really pay off. Join us to discuss
how your passion for civic engagement can lead to your next career opportunity.