Ebony Weekend February 5-7, 2016
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.
UW-Platteville's Black Student Union (BSU) would like to thank all universities and colleges that participated in the 2015 Ebony Weekend Conference. We appreciate your attendance and hope that you had an enjoyable experience.
BSU welcomes you to the 10th Annual Ebony Weekend Conference, which takes place February 5-7, 2016. This year's theme will be the “Talented Tenth” for Education, Leadership, and Community, which will focus on a modern-day application of W.E.B. Dubois’ concept of the Talented Tenth. This conference will seek to inspire conference attendees to take concrete concepts and think about them on a higher level through civilized discourse. As a result of this conference, attendees will have the knowledge to become better leaders, as well as initiate change through their leadership within their respective communities.
We will accomplish this task through workshops, social interaction, dialogue, lecturers, networking, and entertainment. Are you willing to participate? If so, join us at the 2016 Ebony Weekend Conference taking place at the University of Wisconsin Platteville.
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
---Martin Luther King Jr.