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Africana Studies

13th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival

The Africana Studies Program is excited to announce the 13th Annual African Disapora Film Festival, featuring five films that explore the issues of African migration and immigration:

  • October 20:  Kunte Kinteh Island
  • November 3: The Case of the Three Sided Dream
  • November 10: The Forgotten Kingdom
  • February 9: Felix
  • March 24: I Am a Girl 

The films are free and open to the public, and all  films begin at 6:00 pm in the Witherspoon Campus Cinema except I Am a Girlwhich will be screened at the Cameron Village Regional Library on March 24 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Due to inclement weather, I Am a Girl has been rescheduled for March 24th..

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Panel Discussion: Ebola, 2014: Anatomy of an Epidemic

In November 2014, the Africana Studies Program presented the 2014 University in the Community Forum, a panel discussion focused on local, national and international issues related to the recent ebola outbreak in western Africa. It was a perfect example of how the Africana Studies Program requires students to apply an interdisciplinary approach to address the defining issues of our time. 

Co-sponsored by our student partners, CHASSMAS and Collegiate 100, the panel involved faculty, researchers, students and health care activists as well as representatives from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and NCSU Student Health.  

Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation.

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