Spaces & Places: Community Center
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC) is committed to academic excellence through quality educational, cultural, and social programs that promote public awareness about the Black experience while celebrating the academic and leadership achievements of our students.
We are a resource facility that offers educational, cultural and social programs for Black and all other Indiana University students. The Center is also committed to increasing public awareness about the Black experience in the United States at Indiana University and across the community through its outreach programs and activities. The Center also serves as a "comfort zone" for Indiana University students. Most of the programs are free to the public.
NMBCC collaborates with the HILLEL Center, the Asian Culture Center, the International Center, the Latino Cultural Center (La Casa), and the Office of Diversity Education to put on various events. The Bloomington campus is a diverse student forum which focuses on discussing issues facing diversity efforts at Indiana University and the surrounding community. It also explores collaboration efforts and strategies for building bridges between diverse groups on our campus and in our community.
This all-ages youth club hosts a bevy of youngsters during the after-school hours, but cranks into a full-fledged venue at night. Hardcore bands are often on the lineup, creating a group of young moshers ready to fine tune their hardcore dancing skills. It's just south on the main strip of Walnut St. in Bloomington, and sound's not the greatest, but it's not the worst either. There's lots of parking, which is a premium in Bloomington. You'll have to cross the street to the Player's Pub for a drink – there's only Pepsi machines here.
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