The Black Resource Center at UC San Diego has appointed Stacia Smith Solomon to serve as the center’s inaugural director, providing resources and support to historically underrepresented students on campus. Student protests and demonstrations culminated in the establishment of the Black Resource Center. Located on the second floor of the Original Student Center, the new space serves as a place for students to hold critical conversations, commune with peers and access career and academic resources. The Black Resource Center officially opened in late May 2013. Black Wednesdays, which is a time for students to gather during lunch time and eat and fellowship, will be held every Wednesday, beginning 10/2/13. Please be sure to stop by during Black Wednesdays or anytime.
The African American Studies Minor
The African American Studies Minor (AASM) at the University of California San Diego is an interdisciplinary field of study in the arts, humanities and social sciences. AASM is a scholarly examination of African American life, history and culture as it has taken shape within the U.S. and helped to transform the nation.
Dayo F. Gore
224 Social Science Building
243 Literature Building