The first Black Cultural Center was created in 1969, when several African American students lobbied for a place of their own. This space was housed in a building near Pfeiffer Hall and was a residence for members of BSA. On January 21, 1974, the Black Cultural Center relocated to Goldspohn 28. This photo shows a mural painted in the fall of 1973 by three Chicago artists as a wall of respect. G28 continues to be the Multicultural Student Center today and includes a refreshed mural and several pieces of African art.