10th Annual
BNRC Historical Lecture Series

BNRC Historical Lecture with Dr. Damon Tweedy and Dr. Quinn Capers IV

Every year the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center (BNRC) on the African American Male hosts the Historical Lecture Series as a signature program for The Ohio State University's annual United Black World Month celebration. It represents the BNRC’s strong commitment to provide lectures and forums that speak to pertinent matters related to African American males and their place in the world.

At the event, students have the opportunity to network and fellowship with individuals who work on- and off-campus, such as faculty, staff, and community professionals. The relationships created with this gathering enhance students’ academic, career, and leadership development.

First started in 2008, the Historical Lecture has had past guests that have included: New York Times columnist William Rhoden, history professor Leonard Moore, and law professor Michelle Alexander.