On Wed, Feb. 15th 2012 at 7:00PM the Trinity Washington University NAACP chapter and Omicron Pi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated will host a Zumba class in the basement of Alumnae Hall. Come out work up a sweat and have some fun. For more information email HowardJ@students.trinitydc.edu
Hello Trinity Community,
I am giving a huge and big thanks to all who supported the NAACP and Blue Class of 2013 in the event OHH Snap! a poetry slam featuring the DC Youth Slam Team. I also want to give a warm and huge thanks to the DC youth slam team and their coaches Jonathan B. Tucker, and Pages Matam for coming out on Thursday night. Enjoy your week of classes and study hard.
Come out and watch one of the best Poetry Slams that Trinity has ever seen! Spread the word, tell everyone you can possibly tell.
This is going to be a hot event. TIME: 7:00 PM- 8:30PM WHERE: ALUMNAE HALL SOUTH WHEN : THURSDAY FEB. 2nd 2012
Got credit questions? Want to learn more about debt? Join the NAACP on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 6:30PM in Kerby Hall 1st floor lounge to discuss with experts on ways to have a good financial future.
Good Afternoon Trinity Community!
Tonight we are hosting ”Are we living the dream?” an event where the whole Trinity Community is welcomed to make posters (for the upcoming viewing of the MLK memorial) and have a round table discussion about Dr.Martin Luther King Jr’. and his inspiring messages. Come out and join the Trinity Washington NAACP!!
See You There!
Decisions are being made on the economy – decisions that are affecting us right now and will continue to affect generations to come. As young leaders, this is our economy and it needs to start working for us. It’s time to stop asking questions and start doing something about the current situation we are in.
Students played an integral role in movements that fought for social justice and shaped policy that helped working families. The civil rights movement and the fight to end apartheid in South Africa were successful because youth stood up against the injustice here and abroad.
This is our time.
Right now there are thousands of people across the country fighting for an economy that will benefit working families and students. We as young people need to be at the front lines of this struggle or else the cost of college will continue to skyrocket while the dream of a promising career will never become a reality.
On Wednesday October 12th at 7PM the Trinity Washington University NAACP will be having Is Freedom Possible? Are we Living the Dream? In Kerby Hall 1st Floor Lounge. Hope to see you there!!!
Good Afternoon Trinity Community!
Have you seen the TWU NAACP Board lately? Well if not, we have updated our board for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Take some time this October to stop by and look at what we have put up! Enjoy your three day weekend!
Hello Trinity Community!
On September 15th 2011 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm there will be an interest meeting for those who are looking into joining the Trinity Washington University NAACP chapter. The meeting will be located in ALUMNAE HALL 2ND FLOOR LOUNGE. The Executive Board members are excited to see all the old members and new hopefuls come together once again to run a successful club this year! We will be having lots of great guest speakers this year, fun activities with not only just the members of our chapter but with local university chapters such as Howard U, also TU NAACP will implement a lot of community service for our organization this year. We need to be active and give back to the D.C. and surrounding communities. For more information you can email me at Howardj@students.trinitydc.edu and I will be more than willing to answer your questions.
Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting,