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African American Heritage Series

The African American Heritage series was created as an alternative to Black History Month. As an Historically Black College/University, it is important that we understand and promote the ideology that black history is more than a month of celebration. From this philosophy, the Office of Student Life and Development created the African American Heritage Series. The series consists of various programs and activities throughout the academic year exposing students to black history. activities have included:

Sankofa: The Eyes in the Back of Our Head– Molefi Kete Asante

King Tut Exhibit at the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia

Dance Exhibition by Philadanco Dance Company

Annual Brothers Week

Annual Sisters Week

Black History Trivia Game Shows

While most of the activities are one day events, Brothers and Sisters Week are extended to a 4-6 day period of time. During these weeks, programs and activities are designed solely for each group separately. The week consists of forums about brotherhood and sisterhood, relationships, history and knowledge building sessions, community service, banquets, fitness and nutrition information, personal care and pampering, etc.


 


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