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Overview of Kent State University.

Meet the figures who are leading Black representation at Kent State

Cameron Aloway reporter May 7, 2021

Fifteen years ago, she came to the university as an assistant professor in the Department of Pan-African Studies. Six years later, she was named chair of the department.Presently, Amoaba Gooden has been...

Flyer for African Night.

KASA celebrates 26 years of African Night

Cameron Aloway Reporter March 12, 2021

Over the next two weeks, the Kent African Student Association will continue to engage its community with the beauty of Africa via Instagram. Beginning the week of March 29, KASA launches its 26th annual...

Comedian Dami Olatunde hosted the “54 Shades of Africa,” on Friday night, representing Africa and its culture. Kent African Student Association presented the night at the Kent Student Center Ballroom.

Kent African Student Association showcases all sides of Africa

Erica Carter March 17, 2018

On a Friday night, music, laughter and drums sounded from the Student Center Ballroom as people entered with flags of all the African countries in celebration of the 24th annual African Night.The Kent...

KASA experiences Africa at 20th annual African Night

The Kent African Student Association hosted its 20th annual African Night Friday evening in the Student Center Ballroom.The event kicked off with the president of KASA, Anilson Cardoso, singing the national...

Term instructor of Pan-African studies Olu Manns (left) performs on stage with students from his Cultural Expressions class. Manns was quoted On the One referring to the diversity of students in his class being brought together from nations all across the world during the 19th annual African Night, Friday, March 14, 2014.

Annual African Night celebrates African culture through food and dance

Michael Lopick March 16, 2014

A crowd of students dressed to the nines eagerly waited outside the Kent State Ballroom to celebrate a world of geles, dashikis and traditional African food.Kent African Student Association’s 19th annual...

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