Black Struggle, Resiliency, and Hope for the Future

February 10, 2019

The first episode, “Black Struggle, Resiliency, and Hope for the Future,” took place Sunday, February 10 at Graham Chapel on Washington University’s campus. The Honorable Wesley Bell, St. Louis County Prosecutor, was featured the keynote speaker. The event also featured Lynne Johnson, president and founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation, the Missouri AME Conference Choir, and Better Family Life’s K.Y.P.E. dance troupe.

Event Recording:

To download the event program, click here.

For full articles on the event, see below:

Washington University’s the Source

St. Louis Post Dispatch