Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center

Solo exhibition by photographer Kris Graves on display at Stein Galleries

Kris Graves’ exhibition, titled “Truth and Ruin,” will be on display from Oct. 18 to Dec. 3 in the Stein Galleries, 160 Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Colorful conversation

Wright State University celebrated Juneteenth with a special art activity designed to inspire a dialogue about Black freedom in the United States. Continue reading

Wright State will celebrate Juneteenth with Black Freedom through my Eyes on June 16

Wright State will celebrate Juneteenth with a special art activity designed to inspire a dialogue about Black freedom in the United States on June 16. Continue reading

Bolinga Center to host virtual discussion on justice and equity on May 27

Beyond the Verdict: Where Do We Go from Here? will discuss the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and how we as a society achieve more than a guilty verdict. Continue reading

Wright State continues Adventure Speaker Series with panel on Diversity in the Outdoors

Wright State University and Five Rivers Metroparks will host an online discussion on Diversity in the Outdoors on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m. Continue reading

Bolinga Center to host series celebrating notable Black women March 29-30

“What’s HERstory?” programs will examine The Combahee River Collective and the life, legacy and literature of Angela Davis. Continue reading

Wright State to host virtual King Day celebration and collection for students in need

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will host a virtual celebration, “Honoring the Legacy of Dr. King as an Antiracist,” on Jan. 18. Continue reading

Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center to mark 50th anniversary with online celebration

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will mark its 50th anniversary with a celebration on Zoom on Jan. 15. Continue reading

Alone together

As the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center celebrates 50 years, its founding members look back on a time of struggle and progress

The cultural impetus for the founding of the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center goes back to the very first days of Wright State’s existence. Continue reading

Wright State committees meticulously prepare for campus reopening

Long before Wright State announced plans to return to teaching for the fall semester, many administrators, faculty, staff and students had been working hard to make it happen. Continue reading