Artist, writer, and scholar of visual culture, Duane Deterville, hosted the Black Unity Center’s event, “The Future Blackwards: Afrifuturism and Black Visual Culture” on October 3rd.
Make a gift donation to the Africana Studies Department today! Any amount is appreciated and it all goes back to continue to help the department thrive.
Jerry Wayne Varnado received a BA in Economics from San Francisco State University in 1969.
The 18th Annual Scholarship Awards is this Sunday, October 15th!
The Black Unity Center welcomes you to attend a presentation and discussion by Duane Deterville: The Future Blackwards: Afrifuturism and Black Visual Culture
The Mbongi Talk, "Harlem2Tokyo" will be this Tuesday, September 19th from 11:00 am - 12:30pm.
We are honored to co-sponsor the Mbongi series with the inaugural Black Unity Center at San Francisco State University!
Our Fall 2017 Mbongi speakers are:
It’s that time of year again where the National Pan Hellenic Council (also known as the Divine 9) came together to present their sorority or fraternity in a formal presentation in their
The Black Student Union held their first BSU meeting of the year on September 6, 2017 at the very top of the Cesar Chavez building.
As a response to the demands of the Black Student Union, San Francisco State University finally opened up a Black Unity Center this past week on September 5th.
Congratulations to Dr. Serie McDougal III, the inaugural Director of SF state’s first Black Unity Center (BUC)!
The Department of Africana Studies proudly announces the generous contributions of BSU co-founder, Jerry Wayne Varnado, Esq.
"The Africana Studies Effect"
Mbongi is a Kikongo word that refers to the coming together of community members to explain and describe the issues and challenges faced by the community and to explore an
Africana Studies honors Terry Collins for the 2012 Exemplary Leadership Awards