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Performers of “The Vagina Monologues” break the ice during their first meeting together as a group after practicing their monologues on their own in Oscar Ritchie Hall Theater on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. The group was asked to answer the question: “What outfit would your vagina wear?”

Oscar Ritchie stages The Vagina Monologues

Nicholas Garisto Women and Gender Issues Reporter April 13, 2016

Kent State’s Women’s Center is staging "The Vagina Monologues" this Friday and Saturday at the African Community Theater in Oscar Ritchie Hall. The Women's Center has put on the monologues every other...

Cristal Christian (left) and Robert Branch (right) rehearse scenes from the play, The Mountaintop, on Wedneday, Sept. 23, 2015.  

Casting of white MLK in ‘The Mountaintop’ play sparks national outrage

Hannah Armenta November 11, 2015

Controversy over the casting of a white actor to play Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a Kent State production of “The Mountaintop” has been ignited in the national media after the playwright spoke out...

Denise Harrison, lecturer of English at Kent State, speaks during the Native American Panel Discussion in Oscar Ritchie hall on Tuesday, April 21, 2015.

Pan-African Studies hosts discussion on African-American, Native American violence

Sabrina Scott April 22, 2015

The Department of Pan-African Studies hosted its last panel discussion of the year on Tuesday night in the African Community Theatre at Oscar Ritchie Hall.The department’s panel discussion was “Physiological...

Professor sparks discussion on violence in the Pan-African world

Daisha Overstreet February 18, 2015

An African-American male is criticized constantly at his job. Barred by his own silence in the public world, he releases his stress and frustration by striking his wife. This is the scenario that Pan-African...

African Community Theater presents “For Colored Girls”

Kara Taylor April 15, 2014

The Pan-African Studies department’s African Community Theater is showing “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf,” a “choreopoem” about obstacles African-American...

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