The Stories We Tell
Black Activism on UW Madison’s Campus: Making Our History Public and Leading Change at UW-Madison.
The Wisconsin Black Student Union, The Black Cultural Center, The Division of Diversity, Equity, and Educational Achievement, and the UW-Madison Public History Project invite you to a night of community learning and connection as we discuss the history of Black student activism on campus. Black Activists from UW-Madison and the Madison Community will share their experiences of fighting for change and connecting with current student leaders doing the same.
· Public History Project-Kacie Lucchini Butcher *
· Panel: Moderator-Robin Robinson*, WBSU President and Managing Editor, Black Voice
Michael Davis*-PhD student-Black Lives Matter
Terjuan Short* - Junior, Business Major
Payton Wade*-Former Black Student Leader and SIC Founder
Kaleem Caire*-Founder/President of One City Schools, Former Student Leader, Member of the Chancellor’s Advisory Board, UW-Madison Distinquish Alumus
Dr. Hazel Symonette*- 1969 Black Student Strike
In addition, there will be a performance from the UW-Madison First Wave Travel Ensemble! Please join us as we hear our history and stories, while building community on and off campus!