Students Bring Discussion of ‘Black Art’ to Bowdoin

Panelists, from left to right: Faculty members Elizabeth Muther and Judith Casselberry; Students Symone Howard ’15, Golden Owens ’15, Fatoumata Bah ’17, Lydia Godo-Solo ’17, Dominique Wein ’15, Ashley Bomboka ’16

Panelists, from left to right: Faculty members Elizabeth Muther and Judith Casselberry; Students Symone Howard ’15, Golden Owens ’15, Fatoumata Bah ’17, Lydia Godo-Solo ’17, Dominique Wein ’15, Ashley Bomboka ’16

After being inspired by Yale University’s recent 19th-Annual Black Solidarity Conference, “Rooted: An Odyssey of Black Art,” student members of Bowdoin’s African-American Society decided to bring a taste of the convention back to campus.

To do this, Ashley Bomboka ’16 organized a recent panel discussion on black art, inviting the students who attended the Yale conference to participate: Symone Howard ’15, Golden Owens ’15, Fatoumata Bah ’17, Lydia Godo-Solo ’17 and Dominique Wein ’15. Two faculty members, Judith Casselberry and Elizabeth Muther, also contributed to the conversation. Read the full story by Erica Hummel ’16.

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