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The National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA) was established in 1972, during a time of great social, political, cultural and educational change in the United States. It is the first affiliated council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
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The National Council on Black American Affairs serves as a collaborative voice, promoting the academic success of African American students, faculty, staff and administrators. To honor this commitment, NCBAA celebrated 45 years in 2016 and looks forward to the next 45 years. The organization is soliciting the next generation of African American Leaders to reflect our future and dedication.
The 11 states, cities, and territories in the northeast region are:
The 2018 NCBAA Conference Committee is seeking engaging proposals that promote success and/or support for African American students, administrators, faculty and staff. This year’s conference will focus on the following topics:
The Southern Region Annual Fall Conference aims to support NCBAA’s shared values of recognizing collegial sharing of information and ideas; opening access to higher education for the underserved; embracing the diversity of people, ideas, and learning styles; and fostering teaching excellence
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