USN Black administrators and High School faculty are hosting educational experiences for High School students that are also open to alumni. Through this virtual series taking place at 7 p.m. Tuesdays, Black faculty will lead thought-provoking conversations with community activists and academics on race, intersectionality, protests, and allyship.
During "How to Be a Change Agent: Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement" on June 30, history makers King Hollands and Gloria McKissack share stories from the Nashville Sit-Ins and integrating public & private schools. Click here to watch the recording.
Although some of our hallmark events will not take place this fall, USNA will continue to work to support the school and still needs parent volunteers. Read on for updates on parent socials, Artclectic, and two monthly USNA meetings to be more accessible to working parents.