Pan-African Festival and Think Week Presented April 19-28
Kent State University's Department of Pan-African Studies, the Center of Pan-African Culture and Black United Students will present the Pan-African Festival and Think Week on April 19-28. The festival’s theme is Art, Health and Scholarship and will feature a variety of workshops, lectures, music, poetry and art exhibitions.
All events are free and open to the public and will be held in Ritchie Hall unless otherwise noted. The festival aims to bring together alumni, students, faculty, staff and communities in the surrounding Kent area to celebrate the rich culture, aesthetics and history of Africans throughout the diaspora.
To view the Pan-African Festival and Think Week schedule, visit the events page. Download the schedule at a glance here. For more information or to volunteer, contact Asantewa Sunni-Ali, Ph.D., director of the Center of Pan-African Culture, at email@example.com.