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Center of Pan-African Culture

Center for Pan-African Culture

The Center of Pan-African Culture (CPAC) is an integral partner in the mission of the Department of Pan-African Studies. CPAC brings together the people, tools, information, and support every student needs to be academically successful at KSU. Furthermore, students will find that CPAC provides a dynamic calendar of student cultural and social activities that make the total KSU experience more fulfilling.

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Dr. Asantewa Sunni Ali, Director Center of Pan-African Culture

About CPAC Director

Meet Asantewa Sunni-Ali, Ph.D. Director, Center of Pan-African Culture

Youth participate in an activity during the Fall 2017 Fulani Institute session.

Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts

The Center of Pan-African Culture accepts enrollment for the Fulani Institute of Academics and Arts (FIAA).  This creative and cultural enrichment institute is intended to use cultural and academic enrichment to critically and creatively empower youth to be change agents in their communities and beyond.  The overall vision of FIAA is to co-create space for young people to be affirmed in themselves so that they are prepared to work effectively in their own best interests.  An immediate goal is to engage and expand t

Center of Pan-African Culture presents Pan-African Festival

CPAC Student Organization Registration

CPAC is open to all who are looking for culturally diverse activities. The Center not only offers academic enrichment, but social and cultural enrichment through its promotion of local, regional, and international talent programs, international exchanges, and invitations to scholars and artists from the world over to share their ideas and experiences.

Register CPAC student organization