Teams of high school age youth are signing up for the 4th Annual Black Knowledge Bowl. The yearly event sponsored by the Social Development Commission (SDC) will be held Friday, March 30th.
Registration of teams of young people is ongoing through March 15 for the tournament style competition that tests them on African American history. Topics to be covered in the event include Milwaukee Black History, Industry & Discovery, Education & Government, and the Performing Arts & Music. The day will also feature cultural enrichment activities that will help make history come alive for the participants.
The Black Knowledge Bowl will be held from 7:30 am to 2:15 pm at Manpower Headquarters on March 30th. Registration of teams can be done by visiting the SDC website at www.cr-sdc.org and clicking on the Black Knowledge Bowl link. There are limited number of teams that will be in the tournament so interested schools or youth groups are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible.
The Black Knowledge Bowl is sponsored by SDC with assistance from Manpower Group and the Wisconsin Humanities Council.
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