NewsArts & Culture / April 21, 2020

Purdue University's Black Cultural Center Broadening Outreach Virtually

Purdue University's Black Cultural Center Broadening Outreach VirtuallyWFYIs Jill Ditmire spoke by phone with Programs and Facilities Director and Curator, Danicia Monet Malone about the center's current work to meet students needs while the campus is closed during the COVID-19 public health crisis.Purdue University, Purdue University Black Cultural Center, COVID-19, coronavirus2020-04-21T00:00:00-04:00
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Purdue University's Black Cultural Center Broadening Outreach Virtually

Danicia Monet Malone is the programs and facilities director and curator the Purdue University Black Cultural Center on the West Lafayette campus.

Courtesy Danicia Monet Malone

The Purdue University Black Cultural Center on the West Lafayette campus offers a year-round venue for programs, conversations and other opportunities for students and the general public. That outreached broadened, virtually, after the campus closed.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke by phone with Programs and Facilities Director and Curator, Danicia Monet Malone about its current work to meet students’ needs.

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