Bulletin Special Feature: Black Experiences at BMC

In 1969, the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin invited Black alumnae/i and students to serve as content editors for the spring issue to talk about their experiences at Bryn Mawr. In 2021, we're doing it again.

Jacqueline Handy ’14 and Taytiana Welch-McClure ’13 will serve as guest editors for a special feature highlighting Black experiences at Bryn Mawr. They are currently seeking out archival photos from Black Alumnae/i during their time at the College. Please send all digital/scanned photos to alumnaebulletin@brynmawr.edu by Sunday, January 31, 2021. When submitting, if there are multiple people in the photo, please include the names of those pictured. 

Meet our Guest Editors
Both are members of the 2020-21 Working Committee for Tapestry, the Alumnae/i of Color Affinity Group. 

Jacqueline Handy '14, New York City

Jackie double majored in theater and psychology. She also played basketball and spent a lot of time with friends at Perry House. She is a Songs Mistress and currently serves as Senior Manager, Programming at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Taytiana Welch '13, London

Taytiana is a Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Specialist at Indeed.com. She earned her M.Ed. in Leadership and Education Policy from American University.

Read the 1969 Spring Issue

Note: The issue includes outdated language that may cause offense to some readers.



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