Dawn-Elissa Fischer models our Department's founding philosophies, our College's mission and our University's core values in her commitment to teaching, service and research excellence.
Taylor D. Duckett is a Graduate Teaching Associate in the Department of Africana Studies. She is known for her poetry and spoken word and has extensive creative writing and journalism experience. Ms. Duckett's research interests include Africana Literature and the Oral Tradition, and she also enjoys teaching written composition. Ms. Duckett holds a B.B.A. in Business Law from the University of Miami and is completing her M.F.A in Creative Writing - Poetry with an Africana Studies focus, from SF State.
We are proud to partner with esteemed alumna Adrienne Anderson to screen selections from the Black Laurel Film Festival at SF State, McKenna Theatr
Welcome Back!! Classes begin Monday, August 27.
Join us for a screening of four great shorts that celebrate our shared 50 years since 1968!
The film by Black Studies & Cinema alumnus Boots Riley is in theatres July 6!