Click here to view the full 2010 Black Alumni Reunion booklet that features the biographies of all of the past speakers and panelists.
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Photos from the 2010 Black Alumni Reunion

Current IPC Programs & Initiatives

IPC Individual Sponsorship

IPC asks that you consider making a contribution to help support the Black community of Brown - alumni, students, and local IPC events. There are always opportunities for individual alumni to support IPC. Every donation is appreciated. To make an individual donation to the Black Alumni Reunion or make a donation to another IPC initiative, please visit the website below and select IPC Sponsorship to make your donation today:

Roland Laird '82 Memorial Summer Scholarship

The Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC) is pleased to establish the Roland Laird Memorial Summer Program Scholarship Fund through which IPC will continue to support selected African American participants in Brown's Summer Leadership Institute and SPARK programs. Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the Laird Memorial SPS Fund by December 31, 2013.

To donate now, go to, check the box for Other under Other Current-Use Priorities, and write in LAIRD JR. MEMORIAL SPS FUND.

You can make your donation through the Brown gifts site link above, or mail a check payable to: Brown University, with LAIRD JR. MEMORIAL SPS FUND in the memo section, to Brown University, Gift Cashier, Box 1877, Providence, RI 02912.

Alumni of Color Initiative | Africana Studies Endowment

With broad and significant support from across the Brown alumni community, The Ruth J. Simmons Africana Studies Endowed Fund was established in May 2012. The Fund supports the various initiatives of the Department of Africana Studies. 

Your gift to this Fund will help support the activities of the department, including Rites and Reason Theatre. The endowment will also fund visiting scholars and artists and support program enhancements that will benefit the entire Brown community. Visit the website below to make your gift to the Endowed Fund: