National Archives - African American Heritage
Black Heritage Month at USF
AFA Minor Request
The State of Black Studies” (E-Black
Studies.org Methodology, Pedagogy and Research)
– Listing of U.S. Black Studies Programs
Africana Studies Programs
Ranked by State
Cpanda: An interactive digital archive
of data on the arts and cultural policy in the U.S.
The proud history of Lincoln Gardens [02.04.2013]
USF Professor Edward Kissi is involved in an effort to implement Holocaust and genocide education for nations across the globe.[12.04.2012]
Daughter of Holocaust survivor speaks at USF [12.17.2012]
The daughter of a death camp survivor Avital “Tali” Nates of South Africa visited the University of South Florida on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, and lectured on the topic of “Holocaust and Genocide Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa.” Nates’ father and uncle were both Holocaust survivors; their names were included on Oskar Schindler’s famous list, which inspired Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning film “Schindler’s List.”
Educating against genocide [12.03.2012]
USF Professor Edward Kissi is involved in an effort to implement Holocaust and genocide education for nations across the globe. Kissi, an associate professor in the Department of Africana studies, wants to help nations avert such tragedies everywhere in the world, especially Africa.
Africana studies student awarded Boren Scholarship [05.29.2012]
Alecia Belnavis, a senior majoring in Africana Studies at the University of South Florida, has been awarded a Boren Scholarship for summer and fall semesters. She will be studying Swahili at the University of Florida this summer and at the State University of Zanzibar in Tanzania in the fall.
Phillips Field historic marker dedication
Sunday, May 5, 2013, 3:00 p.m.
Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, Tampa
Dr. Edward Kissi to speak at Syracuse University on Genocide in Africa
IBL Spring 2012 Colloquium Series
Because When God is too Busy: Haiti, me and THE WORLD