The University of Cincinnati’s African American Cultural Resource Center (AACRC) kicked off Black History Month hosting Kuamka Week, Feb. 1 – 6, to induct the 2021 Kuamka King and Queen to be student representatives of the AACRC. The theme for the 22nd annual Kuamka was “Fix Your Crown.”
“I’m not just a disease. I’m a person too,” said 21-year-old Kelsey Boudreaux, who is a former University of Cincinnati (UC) student with juvenile Parkinson’s disease, a rare movement disorder.
June 26, 1826, was an important date for American history: the birth of Sarah Mayrant Fossett. She was born in Charleston and later moved to New Orleans, where she studied under a French hairdresser. During this time, she developed styling skills she would later bring up north and serve weal…
Identity – a student organization on campus at the University of Cincinnati (UC) – is on a mission to unite the student body, regardless of ethnicity, by promoting cohesiveness among diverse groups of people.
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