Please come out and join us in celebrating the beautiful life of this amazing person.
In this lecture discussion Dr.
The talk will focus on the possiblility of decolonizing Black sexualities through interrogating Afro-Pessimism and Afrofuturism.
Chicken & Juice is an opportunity for faculty, administrators, staff, and students to network and create community over a delicious meal. Join us for the luncheon sponsored by Africana Studies
It is with great sadness that our community lost a powerful educator, psychologist, writer, poet, author, and queen Dr. Julia Hare. Africa
Celebrate 50 years of Black Studies with Burnt Sugar Arkestra at the BSU GET DOWN on Monday, October 29 4pm to 7pm at the Student Event Li
Upending the Ivory Tower
October 25th from12:30 pm-2pm; Ethnic Studies, Room 116
We are proud to partner with esteemed alumna Adrienne Anderson to screen selections from the Black Laurel Film Festival at SF State, McKenna Theatre from 6:15pm until...
Welcome Back!! Classes begin Monday, August 27.
Join us for a screening of four great shorts that celebrate our shared 50 years since 1968!
It is the time to congratulate the achievements of our outstanding graduates!
Jabulani: The Black African Legacy Rite
The film by Black Studies & Cinema alumnus Boots Riley is in theatres July 6!
Tuesday, April 17th, The African Student Association will host their 3rd Annual Harambe!
Representation Matters - Black Business Students Asociation and Black Unity Center present this engaging panel from 6pm to 8pm in Library 121 on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
Join us on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 in EP 116 at 3:30pm until 7pm for lively dialogue and poetry!
Warmest wishes to Dr. Nathan Hare— the first Chair of Black Studies! Happy Birthday! We honor you!!
Renowned Dr. Kevin Cokley presents today’s Mbongi!! See flier for details.
An electronic version of our Department brochure. Registration for Fall 2019 is upon us. Meet with both faculty advisers and Student Engagement Center advisers!
Sneak Preview is on Saturday, April 7, 2018. Rain or Shine, our campus will be ready to welcome you!
When: Saturday, April 7, 2018
The Black Unity Center is conducting research on student engagement among students who identify as Black, African, or African American, and we are inviting you to participate.
Join us at Malcolm X Plaza at 7pm before the BSU meeting to engage a short program of rememberance and meditation on Dr. King’s life and legacy. We shall overcome.
Africana studies students, staff and faculty proudly represented the dawn of the discipline and its 50 years of triumph at the 42nd National Council of Black Studies Conference this past week in At
When: March 6th from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Where: Library Rm 121