About Us


Activities

The major activities of the Charles E. brown African American Cultural Center are:

  • Black History Month
  • Ebony Majestic Choir
  • Academic Achievements Awards Luncheon
  • Book Discussion Groups
  • Minority freshmen retreat
  • Street Fair
  • Ms. Ebony Pageant
  • Kwanzaa Celebration
  • Expressions Modeling Troupe
  • African American Student Educators (AASE)

Organizations


  • Ebony Majestic Choir
  • Black Student Union
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People – College Chapter (NAACP)
  • Brotherhood of Successful Scholars (B.O.S.S.)
  • Mentoring Assistance for Prospective Scholars (MAPS)
  • C.E.B AACC Student Advisory Board

Black History Month

This is a program established during February which includes a variety of African American Cultural events. It consists of a combination of the following activities: Speaker (historian) Theater Group Dinner Film Artist Poet .

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Religious Workshops
  • To expose students to various kinds of religious ideologies.
  • To show significance of religious influence on African American living.
  • To provide a vehicle for interaction between students and African American religious leaders.
  • To provide an educational climate whereby an open exchange of theological information can be fostered and evaluated empirically.

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Academic Achievement Luncheon

  • To recognize individuals and groups of African American students who have accomplished high levels of achievement during the past year.
  • To motivate underclassmen to higher levels of personal attainment.
  • To support interest given to African American students by African American faculty, staff, and community in the development of skills and talents beyond the scope of unusual circumstances.
  • To encourage more individuals and group participation in African American Awareness by promoting active involvement in programs, activities, and organizations relevant to the African American heritage.

Minority Freshmen Retreat

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  • To assist specifically in the orientation of African American freshman students.
  • To present students with a booklet that will identify problems, offer solutions, and/or inform students where appropriate assistance can be gained.
  • To assist more African American students in graduating from the University.
  • To serve as a supplementary phase of the regular orientation program.

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