Black House

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Black House

The CSUN Black House is a crucial student resource to our campus and outside community. The Black House mission is to foster student learning and achievement by celebrating Black and African American culture.

GET INVOLVED

Clubs and Organizations

Check a listing of campus Black clubs and organizations and see how you can get involved.

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Employment Opportunities

Check the Career Center page for employment and internship opportunities.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Be a part of the Black House team. Let us know what your interests are and we will contact you.

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EVENTS

The Future of Black Space on the Internet

Special Guest: Dr. Quintard Taylor, founder, BlackPast.org .

Wednesday, April 13, 2022
3:00pm-4:15pm

Please join the CSUN College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, the Dubois-Hamer Institute for Academic Achievement and the Africana Studies department for a discussion about The Future of Black Space on the Internet with Special Guest: Dr. Quintard Taylor, founder, BlackPast.org.

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7th Annual Black Youth Guidance Forum

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Saturday, April 16, 2022
9:30am-2:30pm

Please join us for the 7th Annual Black Youth Guidance Forum (BYGF). The theme for this year's event is Challenging Blockades to Health & Academic Achievement Among Youth of Color with keynote speaker Dr. Whitney Polk.

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The Intersection of the Blaxploitation Film Genre and Afrofuturism

 Intersection of the Blaxploitation Film Genre and Afrofuturism

Monday, April 18, 2022
2:00pm-3:150pm

Please join the CSUN College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, the Dubois-Hamer Institute for Academic Achievement and the Africana Studies department for a discussion about The Intersection of the Blaxploitation Film Genre and Afrofuturism with guests, actor-director, Christopher St. John and actor-writer, Leonard Clifton (The Last Prince of Atlantis Chronicles).

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STUDENT RESOURCES

This workshop is ideal for students who would benefit from a more structured tutorial program during which they work with trained tutors one-to-one or in small groups for two hours each week (preferably spread over two days).

Africana Studies Writing Lab

The Africana Studies major is designed to empower students with a knowledge base that will afford them an in-depth understanding of an African and African American centered perspective.

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