HER LOYAL DAUGHTERS AND SONS: Exploring the Rich History of Notre Dame’s Black Student Experience
Friday, August 29 at 2 pm, Eck Visitor’s Center Auditorium
It’s been 70 years since Notre Dame admitted its first black student, Frazier L. Thompson ’47. In their new book, Black Domers, editors Wycliff and Krashna have assembled a compelling collection of 70 essays and profiles, most of them autobiographical, on the experiences of black students at Notre Dame over the years. In this hour-long session, join the editors and Dean Page, for a fascinating discussion about the evolving black student experience at Notre Dame.
Presenters: Don Wycliff ‘69, Retired Professor of Journalism, Loyola University Chicago, and Former Editorial Page Editor, Chicago Tribune; David Krashna ‘71, J.D. Alameda County CA Superior Court Judge, Law Professor; Rev. Hugh Page, Jr., D.Min, Ph.D., Vice President, Associate Provost and Dean of First Year Studies.