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Black History Month
Transcript of Black History Month
Black History Month 2014
North Hall Burned Down
Slippery Rock Renamed
Affirmative Action Officers
Remembering Our Past
Bridging the Gap
Mr. Robert White
Building Our Future
Mr. Donald Robinson, President, Black Action Society
President Abersol & Diversity
Robert White was born and raised in the Garfield community of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. During his years of growing up he was an active member of his church, loved to sing, play football and fish. After graduating from Peabody High School in 1989, he attended Slippery Rock University where he majored in Elementary Education. During his stay he earned the Board of Governor’s Scholarship, elected Vice-President of BAS, member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. While teaching during the day, he worked on earning his master’s degree in School Counseling at night, and is currently on his 19th year as an educator working directly with the Pittsburgh Public Schools. Mr. White has always embraced his role as a teacher and being a positive role model for all his students. Currently, he is in pursuit of starting his own private consulting business aimed at addressing how to reach, counsel, enrich, and empower young people on how to repair and restore their self-worth so they can become productive citizens and become a change agent in the 21st century.
Senior, Exercise Science Major, from Pittsburgh
Mr. Mack Bean, Membership Chair, NAACP
Nelson Mandela Tribute
1st 4 Year Bachelor Degree Awarded
First African American Student
Emma Guffie Miller
Slippery Rock University
Sophomore, Therapeutic Recreation, from Erie
Benjamin O. Davis, Sr.
Brown v. Board of Education
March on Washington
Equal Opportunity Act
Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
Curtis Hanner, Contemporary Dance Routine
"Are You Listening"
"It's Not Over"
Taylor Scales & Cree, Mime Performance
"Wild is the Wind"
Ci'Era Spencer, President, Building Bridges
Derek Kemph, VP of External Affairs, Green and White Society