Tag: Africana Studies

  1. Daring to Dream: From Selma to UMass Boston, UMass Boston to Selma
    You're invited to join Success Boston and the Africana Studies Department for an historic discussion with Naomi King, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s sister-in-law.
  2. UMass Boston Students Journey to Selma for 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday
    UMass Boston Students Among the Contingent of 50 Who Rode Bus from Boston to Alabama
  3. 18th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. & Amilcar Cabral Commemorative Program
    The theme for this year's program is "Education for Liberation."
  4. Boston Busing Panel
    Join the Center for the Study of Humanities, Culture, and Society as longtime community activists Horace Small and Henry Allen consider the history and legacy of busing in Boston.
  5. Open House: Jamaica Winter Study Abroad
    Hear about this exciting winter session program and how you can join this experience.
  6. Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga Highlights Africa’s Development
    Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga visited the UMass Boston campus on May 6 to deliver a talk, “The Awakening African Lion,” as part of the Distinguished International Lecture series.
  7. 9th Annual Cape Verdean-Jewish Passover Seder
    Join UMass Boston's Africana Studies Department and Women's and Gender Studies Department for this free event.
  8. Nantucket Strolls: Forgotten Byways with Dr. Claire Andrade-Watkins
    The James Bradford Ames Fellowship and Department of Africana Studies invite you to join historian and filmmaker Dr. Claire Andrade-Watkins for a preview screening of her film in progress.
  9. South African Activist Praises Response to Boston Marathon Bombings
    Albie Sachs, an anti-apartheid activist, car bombing survivor, and one of the authors of South Africa’s constitution, praised the response of UMass Boston students following the Boston Marathon bombings.
  10. UMass Boston Continues Its Work To Bring Basketball To Africa’s Youth
    Vice Chancellor for Athletics, Recreation, Special Programs and Projects Charlie Titus traveled to Senegal to run basketball clinics as part of the Youth Education and Sports (YES) with Africa initiative.