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The Black Cultural Center offers students opportunities to connect with others, experience new places and cultures, and express themselves through performing arts. Support from Purdue alumni and friends like you makes the difference for these students.

Sydney Garrett

"Being involved in New Directional Players was probably one of the most memorable things I have done here at Purdue."

Sydney Garrett; Psychology and Sociology Major

Dr. David Rollock

"By boldly and effectively telling the stories of African and African American experiences, the BCC is an integral contributor to making this a comprehensive major university. A strong BCC makes for a strong university for all students, faculty, employees, friends, and admirers of Purdue."

David Rollock, Ph.D.; Department of Psychological Sciences

"The BCC creatively presents the African American experience. I will continue to give my support as they cherish diversity and bring out the best in each individual who becomes involved"

Crystal Jennings

 Ken Beache

"I am a Purdue graduate of Caribbean heritage and happen to be of color. I was recipient of an academic fellowship for graduate school enrolment. The graduate school is familiar with my 'case.' I will continue to reinvest in the university as I am afforded in return on their investment in me. My donations to the university will likely continue to be in support of their diversity programs and the BCC was my chosen area of giving in 2009."

Kenneth D. Beache; Vice President/ COO; Shrewsberry & Associates, LLC

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