La Verne brings Black community together

Freshman business administration major Terance Williams Jr. chats with alumnus Donté Witherspoon and Director of Multicultural Affairs Daniel Loera at the Black Brunch event April 18 on the fifth floor of the Citrus Residence Hall. The event brought together Black members of the University of La Verne community for conversation and food provided by Day Day’s BBQ and Waffle House in Pomona. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Freshman business administration major Terance Williams Jr. chats with alumnus Donté Witherspoon and Director of Multicultural Affairs Daniel Loera at the Black Brunch event April 18 on the fifth floor of the Citrus Residence Hall. The event brought together Black members of the University of La Verne community for conversation and food provided by Day Day’s BBQ and Waffle House in Pomona. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Mikka Scott, executive assistant to the vice president and strategy specialist for University Advancement, enjoys her meal during the Black Brunch event April 18 in the fifth floor of the Citrus Residence Hall. The Office of Multicultural Affairs invited all Black undergraduates, graduates, alumni, faculty and staff to a brunch featuring food from Day Day’s BBQ and Waffle House in Pomona. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Mikka Scott, executive assistant to the vice president and strategy specialist for University Advancement, enjoys her meal during the Black Brunch event April 18 in the fifth floor of the Citrus Residence Hall. The Office of Multicultural Affairs invited all Black undergraduates, graduates, alumni, faculty and staff to a brunch featuring food from Day Day’s BBQ and Waffle House in Pomona. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz

Ayalen Ortiz, a freshman art major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He has past experience with graphic design, fine arts and video editing.

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