Africana Studies

Short Film Screening & Discussion: Kwanza

Monday, February 26, 2024 - 3:00pm

CSUN Main Gallery

Light refreshments to follow.

KWANZA Short Film Screening and Discussion Event FlyerKwanzaa, a new short film created through an interdisciplinary collaboration of CSUN students and faculty, presents the history and formation of the first Kwanzaa celebration in 1966, Los Angeles.

Join us in the CSUN Main Gallery for a screening of Kwanzaa followed by a discussion with Dr. Keith Rice, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center Historian/Archivist, moderated by Aglaia Mortcheva, Professor of Art & Design.

Support for this film was generously provided by the MCCAMC Dean’s Office, the collaborative creative force of CSUN Department of Art & Design students and faculty, the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, and the CSUN Department of Music. Additionally, the invaluable assistance provided by the CSUN Department of Africana Studies, for their contributions to the richness and depth of our collective efforts.

Parking in all lots is $10.45 per day/24 hours per day/seven days a week. Purchase a parking permit from Info Booth at Lindley/Nordhoff or Prairie/Darby Gates or at self-serve dispensers in all student lots. Lot E6 is closest to the Galleries.