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A Message to Black College Students: A Discussion with the Author, Jerjuan Howard

A Message to Black College Students: A Discussion with the Author, Jerjuan Howard

Jerjuan Howard, WMU Class ’20, will discuss his first non-fiction book, A Message to Black College Students. In this talk, he will offer advice to students on how to successfully navigate college not only for academic success but in finding their voice and identity. Jerjuan will read excerpts from his book as well as share his motivation for writing the book and how he would like to see it benefit students. Students can receive WMU Sigature pathway credit and SPuRS credit for attending.

Q&A with Author

We chatted with Jerjuan about his new book and found out what inspired him to write the book, what his writing process was like, and more. Read the Q&A with Author Jerjuan Howard

Co-sponsors

This event is co-sponsored by Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Lewis Walker Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnic Relations, and University Libraries.

Date:
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Time:
6:00pm - 7:15pm
Location:
Meader Room (3rd Floor)
Branch:
Waldo Library
Audience:
  Faculty and Instructors     Open to the Public     Staff     Students - Graduate     Students - Undergraduate  
Categories:
  Arts and Humanities  
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