Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center

Be dazzled

A night of African food, music and dancing took place at the fourth annual Sapphire Jubilee in the Wright State University Student Union Endeavour Room. Continue reading

All are welcome here

New Cultural and Identity Center space will bring everyone together in the Student Union

There were a lot of smiles and cheers from Wright State University students as the new Cultural and Identity Center space was officially opened in the Student Union. Continue reading

Helping future generations

Arthur Hill ’75 gives back with a gift to the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center and student scholarships

Wright State graduate Arthur Hill’s desire to help future students served by the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center and the African American Alumni Society inspired his recent gift to the university. Continue reading

‘THEM: Images of Separation’ to be displayed at Wright State’s Stein Galleries

The traveling exhibit “THEM: Images of Separation” uses items from popular culture to tackle some of the most contentious, cultural hot-button issues. Continue reading

The next chapter

Wright State celebrated graduating Black and African American students during the Spring 2022 Kente Stole Celebration. Continue reading

‘Undesign the Redline’ exhibits highlight Black History Month at Wright State University

“Undesign the Redline” is on display on the second floor of Dunbar Library during February. Continue reading

2022 MLK Week to feature address by Pastor Renard Allen and other events

MLK Week at Wright State will also include an art event and a talk on King’s legacy of organizing for racial and other forms of justice. Continue reading

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