At the Black Faculty and Staff Association's recent Juneteenth celebration, five new members were inducted into the Indispensable Role of Blacks at Johns Hopkins exhibit. Please go to the website http://bfsa.sts.jhu.edu/exhibit and click "People" to read about the inductees: James Calvin, an influential business philosopher; Martha Edgerton, a conservator of books and the black community; Freda Lewis-Hall, a global health authority; Nicklaine Paul, a compassionate pain reliever and health care advocate; and David Thompson, keeper of obligations, supporter of dreams.
Also, we are accepting nominations for next year. To be a part of the Indispensable Role of Blacks at Johns Hopkins exhibit, the nominee must have been or is now a Johns Hopkins student or employee who has made a significant contribution to the institution and/or its community. To nominate someone and to read the criteria, please go to https://bfsa.jhu.edu/content/nomination-form and complete the form.
In addition to viewing the online exhibit, the physical exhibit will soon be permanently installed in Hodson Hall.