Black and Latino Studies at Baruch
As the Black and Latino Studies Department celebrates its fifty-year anniversary at Baruch, it will announce its proposal for a new major. The new major will be responsive to 21st Century concerns about racial and social justice, career preparation, graduate school readiness, and academic rigor. BLS core and affiliated faculty will contribute their expertise to offer interdisciplinary, intersectional approaches to the study of the ideas, history, politics, literature, music, religions, cultures, economic and social contributions by people of African and Latin American descent, including the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
Salute to Black History
BLS Faculty Voices
Professor Jamel Hudson sings “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” also known as the “Black National Anthem.”
View other BLS Professors on new YouTube channel BLS@Baruch
Professors Marcus Johnson (Political Science) and Erica Richardson (English) serve as Collaborating Directors for the Black Studies Colloquium (BSC), an interdisciplinary forum for faculty and students to engage with exciting scholars, activists, and public intellectuals whose works speak to issues critical to Black Studies.
Spring ’21 Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence
Celebrate Black History Month with the Baruch community! Join us for educational, professional and social events that celebrate the contributions of Black people in America. Student Life Events.
Black Student Organization Spotlight (weekly update)
The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA).
NABA is an organization dedicated to the professional and personal advancement of its student members. Their goal is to ensure that students on our campus have developed the skills necessary to succeed in corporate America as well as gain valuable work experience through internships that will further prepare them for full-time employment upon graduation.
To learn more about NABA, you can follow them on their social media platforms: