Please join us at the 7th Annual CSUN African Studies Symposium. This year's theme, Social Movements in Africa, includes a keynote address by Nisrin Elamin Abdelrahman of Stanford University discussing African Springs: How Social Movements Build People Power across the Continent.
Other presentations and discussions
- Musical Responses to Social Issues in Africa, by Ric Alviso (CSUN Music Dep't)
- "We Want to Be Free": a Hip Hop Call to Action in the Gambia, by Sheba Lo (CSUN Africana Studies)
- Indigenous Knowledge and Advancement in Africa, by Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu, Author
- Religion and Activism in Central Africa: The Politics of Meaning and Praxis, by Mutombo Nkulu-N Sengha (CSUN, Religious Studies)
- Advocacy and the African Community
Communication services are available for this event. Contact Dr. Suzanne Scheld, Coordinator African Studies Interdisciplinary Minors Program ; 818-677-3331 for info. Requests for services must be received five (5) working days in advance.
Sponsors: Office of the Provost, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Africana Studies, Urban Studies and Planning, Anthropology, Gender and Women Studies, Religious Studies, Civil Discourse and Social Change in Department of Political Sciences, Anonymous Donors