The African Student Association at UNL presents "African Week 2015," a series of events highlighting African culture. Events will run from February 26th to March 7th, are as follow:
February 26: Tsitsi Jaji, "Africa in Stereo: Listening for Pan-African Futures," 3:30-5pm, Bailey Library
Tsitsi Jaji, Poetry reading, February 26, 2015, 7-8pm, Regency A, Nebraska Union (Refreshments will be provided)
Sponsored by: Prairie Schooner and the African Poetry Book Fund, African American & African Studies Program, Institute for Ethnic Studies, English Department, History Department, Political Science Department, Sociology Department, UNL Convocations Committee, Women's and Gender Studies Program.
March 3: Dish It Up Late Night - What Does it Mean? Being Black - African American - African
Join us for a discussion about cultural identities, labels, colorism, and more. Refreshments will be provided. 7-8 PM, Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center Student Lounge.
Co-sponsors APU, ASA, and UNL OASIS
March 4: ASA Bake Sale,11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Nebraska Union Food Court
March 5: "Pray the Devil Back to Hell" documentary screening. Join us to view a documentary about the women's peace movement in Liberia. 8 PM, Regency A, Nebraska Union.
Sponsor: Women's and Gender Studies Program
March 7: African Dance Night, Union Ballroom, 8 -11 PM
Free for students
Sponsored by UNL OASIS
More details at: https://www.facebook.com/events/637124926391430/