African Studies Day

California State University, Long Beach

Department of Africana Studies

AFRICANA STUDIES DAY


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SANKOFA, AFRICAN TRADITIONS AND AFRICANA STUDIES:

RETRIEVING THE WISDOM AND WAYS OF THE ANCESTORS DR. MOLEFI KETE ASANTE

DR. ASANTE is professor and chair of the Department of Africology and African-American Studies at Temple University where he founded the first Ph.D. program in Africana Studies.

He is also President of the Molefi Kete Asante Institute of Afrocentric Studies.

The founding theorist of Afrocentricity, he is a leading scholar in Africana Studies, African Studies and Communications Studies.

Dr. Asante is also one of the most prolific scholars of our time having published hundreds of articles and essays and 77 books including The Afrocentric Idea and African American Traditions.

Date: April 25, 2017 ৷ Time: 11:00 – 12:15 with Q&A and Lunch Afterwards ৷ Venue: Karl Anatol Center, AS 119

 


 

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| A STUDENT PANEL |
“AFRICANA STUDIES AND STUDENT ACTIVISM:
Engaging Critical Issues of Our Times”

Participants:

CSULB Raycinta Baker, Danny Crumble, Robert Garcia
Africana Studies Student Association (ASSA)
CSUDH Sandra Coleman , Rueben King, Tiyanna Morehead
Department of Africana Studies
Moderator Dr. Keith Claybrook
Department of Africana Studies, CSULB

Date: April 25, 2017 ৷ Time: 9:30am ৷ Venue: Karl Anatol Center, AS 119


Department of Africana Studies, PSY-306 | 562.985.4624

www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/departments/africanastudies