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Welcome to The Mary Lou Williams Center For Black Culture

a hub for community-building, learning, exploration, and identity development. Founded in 1983, the Center’s mission is to provide a safe and affirming space that supports the diverse needs of Black-identified people at Duke University.

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Black History Month Dinner and Breaking Bread 2024

Join us as we celebrate BLACK HISTORY MONTH! Black History Month meets Breaking Bread! In collaboration with Duke Dining, meet us on Wednesday, February 21st from 5-9pm in The Marketplace (East Union) for a time to connect and reflect. We'll have a performance from Nakisai Dance Ensemble! Don't miss this! Dining points can be provided but are limited!

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