Celebrating Black Excellence
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Celebrating Black Excellence at Swarthmore College: Honoring Our Past, Imagining Our Futures
President Valerie Smith has dedicated the 2019-20 academic year to honoring and celebrating the contributions of Black Swarthmoreans, interrogating a complicated history, and marking significant anniversaries. Learn more.
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Deondre Jordan '19 - Meet Swarthmore
The more you reach into Swarthmore and take all it has to offer, the more it will reach back to touch and transform your life.
Scene ar the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Regional Conference. Mellon Mays primarily aims to increase diversity in the faculty of institutions of higher learning.
“This year, we must look to lift up those Black voices that have been silenced and ignored and give them the attention and credit they deserve,” said Joe Green '21.
Spelman College President Mary Schmidt Campbell '69, H'09 gave this year's McCabe Lecture, “Education: The New Civil Rights?