Harvard Black Students Association
Organization's Own Description:
As one of the largest student organizations on Harvard's campus, the Harvard Black Students Association strives to enhance the experience of all Harvard students, but in particular black students. Under the leadership and guidance of our first President, Anthony Chase '77, the BSA was originally formed to unite the black student voice and to fortify the Harvard black community. Today, we continue this legacy by creating events and programs that further strengthen our bonds and highlight our diversity. With nearly 300 undergraduate members and over 3,000 alumni, the BSA is poised to make significant contributions in enriching the experience of every black undergraduate.