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Africana Studies Community Course Lecture Series

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Africana studies courses provide understanding and appreciation of the universal African diaspora today and historically from an Afrocentric world view. They also give students the opportunity to evaluate the influence of African culture on the entire human civilization.

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    The Africana Studies Community Course is an outreach component of the Africana Studies Program at Eastern Washington University in partnership with Multicultural Student Services at Spokane Community College. The primary goal is to help educate the larger Cheney-Spokane community about the African American Experience through an enriching forum centered on use of lecture, film, and discussion.

    You are not required to purchase any materials or attend all classes although coming to all classes is strongly encouraged. African faculty and guest speakers will lead lectures.

    This is a six-weeks course that happens during fall and spring quarters from 5 :00-7:00 PM every Thursday, requires no credit; course is free and open to all, all events are held at Spokane Community College 1810 N. Greene St. Spokane, WA 99217 

    Fall 2013 Community Course Flyer

    Spring 2014 Community Course Flyer

    Spring 2014 Lecturers Flyer

    Contact Information

    Africana Education Program
    204 Monroe Hall
    Cheney, WA 99004

    email: bjeffries@ewu.edu
    phone: 509.359.6150
    fax: 509.359.2820

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