Brown University's
Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC) welcomes you!

For current IPC updates and activities, visit our new website!

Brown University's Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC) was formed in honor of Inman Page and George Washington Milford, the first known Black undergraduates of Brown University in the class of 1877, and Ethel T. Robinson, the first known Black undergraduate of Pembroke College in the Class of 1905. The Council was established on April 14, 2000.

Inman Page Black Alumni Council (IPC)

Public group · 1,4k+ members

Join the IPC Facebook community!

The Brown University - Inman Page Black Alumni Council, named after one of Brown's first known African American graduates, is the Black affinity offshoot of the Brown Alumni Association. Currently, the National organization has created 4 local chapters in Atlanta, New York Metro, Philadelphia, and Washington DC.

"Inman Page Black Alumni Council is about power, Black power to be specific, the power of humanity to be even more specific. But let’s be clear about what we mean by power...I’m talking about the power to hold the University, and by extension, this country accountable to a vision of pluralism and full humanity. I’m talking about the kind of power that can build a university into a place where people think without boundaries, and learn to instinctively love and respect each other, a place where people, through reflex action, see the self-interest in sharing power with those around them. I’m talking about the power to build a university where a new generation of world citizens value non-American, non-white, non-western, and non-SUV-owning experiences and lives as much as their own."

-An excerpt from Mark Winston Griffith's (Class of 1985) Keynote address to the newly constituted IPC on Oct. 13, 2001

Contact US at the Inman Page Black Alumni Council

"Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the 2010 Black Alumni Reunion. I hadn't been back to Brown in thirty years. It was great to reconnect with friends and make new ones. I plan to be more involved with IPC and the University."

- Lori-Linell Hollins '79