Save the Date: April 19-28, 2017 Pan-African Festival and Think Week
Theme: Art, Health and Scholarship
Pan-African Festival and Think Week April 19-28, 2017

Save the Date: Pan-African Festival and Think Week April 19-28, 2017

The Center of Pan-African Culture in the Department of Pan-African Studies will hold their Pan-African Festival and Think Week April 19-28, 2017.

Save the Date: Pan-African Festival and Think Week April 19-28, 2017

 

The Center of Pan-African Culture in the Department of Pan-African Studies will hold their Pan-African Festival and Think Week April 19-28, 2017.

Pan-African Festival and Think Week will feature events the promote Art, Health, and Scholarship.  This week long event kicks off with an opening reception in the Uumbaji Gallery featuring the work of undergraduate student and Pan-African Studies Major, Kahzar Powell. Thursday, April 20 Poetry will be the major focus and features poetry from Mwatabu Okantah and Mary Weems, Ph.D.  Friday, April 21, 2017 you will not want to miss the Musical Journey featuring artist such as Bilal Sunni-Ali, Survival Ashe Expressions, Ishmael Turner, and other acts to be announced. Saturday, April 22, join us for a Pan-African Marketplace, environmental racism panel and a workshop facilitated by Dr. Kokayi Patterson. UHURU Magazine will hold a launch party in the Uumbaji gallery Saturday evening as well.

Volunteers are needed to assist with greeting, gallery installations, setup and breakdown for workshops and performances for more information about how you can participate contact Dr. Asantewa Sunni-Ali, Director, Center of Pan-African Culture, Department of Pan-African Studies email: asunnial@kent.edu or phone: 330-672-0157

 

 

 
POSTED: Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 10:33am
UPDATED: Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 10:51am