Ebony Weekend February 21-23, 2014
Ebony Weekend is an annual conference hosted by the Black Student Union of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. We celebrate the generations in the Black Community and seek to bridge the gap among them. Through workshops, entertainment, social interaction, inspiring lectures, and substantial dialogue will focus on solutions to the common problems that plague the Black Community. We will also embrace the multi-generational perspectives to find a united front. Click directly below to read more about Ebony Weekend's History below.
Generation I to Us
UW-Platteville's Black Student Union would like to thank all universities and colleges that participated in the 2013 Ebony Weekend Conference. We appreciate your attendance and hope that you had an enjoyable experience.
Bsu welcomes you to the 9th Annual Ebony Weekend Conference which takes place February 21-23, 2014. This year's focus will be on Generation I to Us. We will focus on analyzing and creating potential resolution to change the mindsets of individuals and communities we live in today, to a more collective community and mindset. In other words, how can we create unity amongst the individuals in the African American Community.
Are you willing to change your community from Generation I to Us? If so, join us at the 2014 Ebony Weekend Conference taking place at the University of Wisconsin Platteville. Come to share ideas and gain insight through honest conversations.
“When peoples care for you and cry for you, they can straighten out your soul.”