Supporting the Black Solidarity Conference

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February is Black History Month. And the Steve Fund is supporting the Black Solidarity Conference for the third year in a row.

February is Black History Month. The Steve Fund is proud to be a Silver Sponsor at this year’s Black Solidarity Conference at Yale University. It is our third year of supporting this important convening.

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The Black Solidarity Conference is a completely student-run annual conference.  BSC is the largest undergraduate conference held at Yale University and it continues to grow each year. BSC invites over 700 undergraduates of of various races, religions, ethnicities, and communities to discuss issues pertaining to the African Diaspora. Through discussions, panels, networking, and social gatherings, students from across the country analyze issues affecting the Black/Afro-Diasporic community and explore solutions that can be implemented on campus.

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