An Evening with Ericka Huggins: Identity, Activism and Change

AS Program Board and BSU Presents… an evening with Ericka Huggins on February 21st at 7 p.m. in Campbell Hall to commemorate Black History Month! This event is day one of BSU’s 2-day Heart & Soul Case Series, celebrating Black art forms, expression and entrepreneurship.

Ericka Huggins is a human rights activist, poet, educator, former Black Panther leader and political prisoner. For the past 30 years, she has lectured throughout the United States and internationally. Her extraordinary life experiences have enabled her to speak personally and eloquently on issues relating to the physical and emotional well-being of Black women and children, in education within the Black community, incarceration, and the role of the spiritual practice in sustaining activism and promoting change.

As a result of her 14-year tenure as a leader of the Black Panther Party (the longest of any woman in leadership), she brings a unique, complete and honest perspective to the challenges and successes of the Black Panther Party and their significance into today.

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Student tickets are FREE! Be sure to download a ticket using the student link.

|STUDENTS: free| |GA: $5|

|STUDENTS: $5| |GA: $10|