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2019

This presentation focuses on the book, Houston Bound: Culture and Color in a Jim Crow City. Houston Bound shows how, despite the existence of Jim Crow laws that created a black/white racial binary, converging migrations to Houston, Texas—...
Ronald A. Wilson, UA Title IX Director and a former presiding judge for the city of South Tucson, will speak about the historical relationships between the law and race in the United States. Wilson will discuss policy areas including criminal...
  Please join us and...  Learn more about our exciting major and minors and reasons to major and double major in Africana Studies Meet and talk to our wonderful faculty and advisors and learn more about the exciting courses they teach Learn about...

2018

Take a break and come join us!  All are welcome to ... Learn more about our exciting major and minors and reasons to major and double major in Africana Studies Meet and talk to our wonderful faculty and advisors and learn more about the exciting...
“Taking a Second Look."  By now you have seen the movie more than once.  Africana Studies professors tackle the questions about what this runaway hit really means!  What is the deep structure?  The metaphors?  How does Afrofuturism fit in and why do...
Join us... CBS on Tour is a community outreach initiative where CBS executives visit universities and colleges across the country to speak with students about internships and career opportunities within the Entertainment industry. The program...

2017

Motion Capture Performance with Chezale Rodriguez.  Participants are required to wear comfortable clothes that allow easy movement. This event is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Introduction to the African Hip-Hop Dance Styles and Movements with Chezale Rodriguez.  Participants are required to wear comfortable clothes that allow easy movement. This event is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Introduction to East Asian Hip-Hop Dance Styles and Movements with Chezale Rodriguez.  Participants are required to wear comfortable clothes that allow easy movement.  This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.