February is Black History Month — a month to celebrate generations of Black leaders. At UCLA, those leaders include Ralph J. Bunche, Jackie Robinson, Patrisse Cullors and so many more. This week's digest is dedicated to the Black Bruin history at UCLA.
Celebrate Black History Month with the UCLA Black Alumni Association by supporting the Spark Campaign of the new Black Bruin Resource Center.
Explore the UCLA Library Special Collections holdings on African Americans, including significant collections which reveal the influence of individuals, organizations and institutions and their role in the development of Los Angeles.
Bunchy Carter was a community leader and radical activist whose death – alongside his friend and colleague, John Huggins – is commemorated every year in Campbell Hall by the Afrikan Student Union.