Black Faculty and Staff Association Summit

Black Faculty and Staff Association
Implemented April 2017
In progress

The University of Utah’s Black Faculty and Staff Association invites you to the inaugural State of Utah Black Affairs Summit on Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 9am-6pm at the Goodwill Humanitarian Building in the College of Social Work. This event is co-sponsored by Voices of Diversity. Our 2017 theme is: Shaping Our Presence, Voice, Leadership and Activism. The State of Utah Black Affairs Summit is free (lunch provided) and open to the public.

The State of Black Affairs Summit will convene 200 participants once a year and is designed to provide a full-day of capacity building and learning for researchers, community activists, politicians, educators, policymakers, students across the State of Utah. Participants have the opportunity to discuss and assess the institutions (i.e., healthcare, food access, education, politics, criminal justice) impacting the quality of life for Black residents in the Utah. Participants take part in a day-long series of workshops, panels and networking activities.

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