Events happening in the Department of Pan African Studies
Departmental Calendar of Events
Violence and the Pan-African World: Inspiring Change
7 p.m. Oscar Ritchie Hall, African Community Theatre room 230
A round table discussion series hosted by the Department of Pan-African Studies
Topic Discussion Schedule:
Ebola: What You Need to Know About the State of Health care in Africa
Chris Williams & Madhav P. Bhatta
Boko Haram: Religion, Gender, and War
Race and Crime: Personal Values, Community Priorities and
Native Americans: Resilience in the Face of Violence
Physiological and Psychological Impact of Racialized Violence
Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA) Lunch & Learn Series
12 p.m. to 1 p.m. in the Oscar Ritchie Hall conference room 127
"Equal Opportunity is Not Enough: The Urban League's New Thrust,
Black Power, White Foundations, and the Cleveland Street Academy"
Presented by Liz Smith-Pryor
"Women and Higher Education in Selected African Nations, 1960-1980"
Presented by Jenni Temu
"Introducing Pacific Islanders"
Presented by Rick Feinberg
"The Bravery of Brilliance: Women Who Dared to Enter Dark Places"
Presented by Suzanne Holt
"African feminisms in critical times: Post conflict Women's empowerment and the Ebola crisis in Liberia"
Presented by Joelle Cruz