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Six in the Rain

The Pan-African Theatre Ensemble will hold a reading of Malcauchon, or Six in the Rain written by Derek Walcott, directed by D. Amy-Rose Forbes-Erickson in the African Community Theatre.  This reading will be performed by the Caribbean Theatre class Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 2:30  pm in the African Community Theatre located in room 230 Oscar Ritchie Hall on Kent State University campus, 225 Terrace Drive, Kent, Ohio 44242.

Talk it out Tuesdays

Join LaunchNET advisors, fellows, and other campus entrepreneurs to work out a new idea, get suggestions, ask questions, and get to know one another. 

Every Tuesday from 2-4pm in the LaunchNET office!

Walk-ins & new friends welcome: no appointment or RSVP needed. 

Snacks & drinks provided. 

 

 

Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration

As part of the close of the fall semester, the Center of Pan-African Culture will host a Pre-Kwanzaa celebration on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 2 pm - 4 pm in room 250 Oscar Ritchie Hall. This event will follow the performance of The Calabash Kids: A Tale of Tanzania written by Aaron Shepard, a performance of youth who participated in the culturally relevant workshop of the Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts for youth, ages 6-17, which begins at noon.  For more information contact Dr.

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