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Fall 2016
DateEventLocation

August

  • 23rd
Peay Soup Party on The Plaza

Peay Soup is Austin Peay's open mic night that allows students to display their talents through song, dance, poetics writings and any other specialized art forms or expressions. Join the WNDAACC in a Welcome Back Celebration with food and entertainment.

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

(931) 221-7120

Morgan University Center Plaza

*Rain Location: Foy Fitness and Recreation Center Basketball Courts

  • 25th
WNDAACC 25th Anniversary Kick Off

Learn more about services the WNDAACC offers.

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

(931) 221-7120 

WNDAACC (Clement 120)

  • 31st
Achievers & Scholars Information/Meet & Greet

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

(931) 221-7120

WNDAACC (Clement 120)

September
  • 15th

Hot Topic: "Let's Talk About Safer Sex" w/ Nashville CARES

Presentation: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE Testing: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

(931) 221-7120

WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 27th

    WNDAACC Lunch Forum 

    The last Tuesday of every month

    Come discuss important contemporary topics in the African American community.

    9/27/16- 12:00pm – 1:30pm

    First Topic:

    The National Anthem and African American Protest in Sports

    Come discuss the National Anthem and its racial connotations as well as black protests of the anthem in sports from the past and present, including Colin Kaepernick, Jackie Robinson, Tommie Smith and John Carlos from the 1968 Olympics, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, and more.

    Facilitated by Marcelius Braxton, Director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

    Lunch will be provided

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120 


    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 29th
    Meet & Greet with Peay Read Keynote Speaker

    3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    October
    • 19th
    "Know Your Rights" 

    A Presentation by ACLU-TN Legal Director, Thomas Castelli regarding rights when encountering the police. 

    Collaboration with Dr. Goldstone

    Food will be provided

    4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120 

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 21st
    HOMECOMING: Soulfest Pep Rally 


    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    Morgan University Center Plaza

    • 21st

    HOMECOMING: Soulfest Mixer

    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    Morgan University Center Plaza

    • 25th
    WNDAACC Lunch Forum 

    The last Tuesday of every month

    Come discuss important contemporary topics in the African American community.

    10/25/16- 12:00pm – 1:30pm

    Topic:

    "The Confederate Flag: Southern Pride or Racism?"

    Featuring Kelly Houston Jones, Assistant Professor, from the Department of History and Philosophy.

    Facilitated by Marcelius Braxton, Director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

    Lunch will be provided


    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120 


    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    November

    • 9th
    Hot Topic: "The Color of Fear"


    Documentary: 
    "The Color of Fear" and discussion afterwards.

    Film and Discussion moderated by Dr. Dwonna Goldstone.


    4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    MUC 307

    • 14th
    Opera:  From A Sistah’s POV



    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MUC Ballroom

    5:00 - 6:00 pm After show, WNDAACC 5-6pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    MUC Ballroom

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)


    • 29th
    WNDAACC Lunch Forum 

    The last Tuesday of every month

    Come discuss important contemporary topics in the African American community.

    11/29/16- 12:00pm – 1:30pm

    Topic:

    TBD

    Facilitated by Marcelius Braxton, Director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

    Lunch will be provided


    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120 

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    December

    • 8th

    African American Graduate Recognition Ceremony and Reception

    Ceremony: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Reception: 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    Ceremony: Clement Auditorium

    Reception: MUC 303-305

    Spring 2017
    DateEventLocation

    February

    • 1st-28th 
    • *Black History Month Programming*
    Black History Trivia Quest

    During the month of February, come to the WNDAACC to grab an official playing card. The card will have five offices to visit.

    - The Office of Disability Services
    - The Hispanic Cultural Center
    - Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
    - The Adult and Non-Traditional Student Center
    - The Military Student Center


    Visit each center and answer the corresponding trivia card on your card. Once you have completed the card, return it to the WNDAACC to be entered into a drawing to win Chartwell Dollars. Deadline to turn in card and drawing will be on Feb. 28 at 9:00am!

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: 

    (931) 221-7120 

    Display: WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 14th 

    All You Need is Love... Or Warm Chocolate Chip Cookies

    In celebration of Valentine's Day, join us for warm chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookie decorating, and more fun activities.


    8:30 am - 4:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: (931) 221-7120

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 23rd

    • *Black History Month Programming*

    Black History Month Game Show 

    5:00pm - 6:30pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: (931) 221-7120

    MUC Food Court

    • 28th 
    WNDAACC Lunch Forum 

    The last Tuesday of every month

    Come discuss important contemporary topics in the African American community.

    12:00pm – 1:30pm

    Topic:

    "The Racial Injustice of College Sports": Are black athletes in big-time college sports exploited academically and financially?

    Facilitated by Marcelius Braxton, Director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

    Lunch will be provided


    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: 

    (931) 221-7120

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • March

      • 1st-31st
      • *Women's History Month Programming*

    Women's History Month

    TBD

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: 

    (931) 221-7120


    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 28th
    WNDAACC Lunch Forum 

    The last Tuesday of every month

    Come discuss important contemporary topics in the African American community.

    12:00pm – 1:30pm

    Topic:

    "All the Women are White, All the Blacks Are Men": A Discussion of Intersectional Feminism and the Experiences of Women of Color

    Facilitated by Marcelius Braxton, Director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

    Featuring Celeste Malone, Senior Editor of the All State.

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: 

    (931) 221-7120


    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 31st
    APRIL FOOLS... but It's not April Fools

    In Celebration of April Fool's Day, come by the WNDAACC to get fooled and free food. Seriously, there will be free food. Join us for a good time!


    TBD

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    April

    • 6th
    Hot Topic: Negotiation Workshop

    4:30pm - 7:00pm

    Must RSVP!  Email Angie Leonard at leonarda@apsu.edu

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    WNDAACC (Clement 120)

    • 17th
    Hattie Walker Appreciation Recognition Ceremony

    TBD

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    TBD

    • 25th
    WNDAACC Lunch Forum 

    The last Tuesday of every month

    Come discuss important contemporary topics in the African American community.

    12:00pm – 1:30pm

    Topic:

    "Misogny in Music– Can We Afford to Stay Silent?"

    Facilitated by Marcelius Braxton, Director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at: 

    (931) 221-7120


    Clement 120 (WNDAACC)

    May

    • 2nd
    African American Graduate Recognition Ceremony and Reception

    Ceremony: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Reception: 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

    For further information contact the WNDAACC at:

    (931) 221-7120

    Ceremony: Clement Auditorium

    Reception: MUC 305-306