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Thursday, Feb 28, 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
In celebration of Black History Month, join us for an evening with the activist, filmmaker, musician, and celebrated voice on the front lines of the fight for justice and racial equality.

News Articles of Interest

Joint student-alumnae/i conference
Posted May 5th, 2018
Joint student-alumnae/i conference brings the College community together.
BMC Flag
Posted February 9th, 2018
Student groups hosting events include NAACP, MSA, Sisterhood*, and Art Club.
Joy Rukanzakanza '19
Posted May 10th, 2017
Joy Rukanzakanza ’19, a 2016 recipient of the Davis Projects for Peace Prize, facilitates access to education.
Posted April 27th, 2017
Closed in 2012, Perry House (named after the family from whom it was purchased by the College in 1962) was designated the Black Cultural Center in the 1970s.
François-Xavier Gbré
Posted November 12th, 2015
Africana Artist François-Xavier Gbré visited Bryn Mawr and Haverford this fall.
Colonial Pathologies, Environment, and Western Medicine in Saint-Louis-du-Senegal, 1867-1920
Posted November 12th, 2015
Professor Kalala Ngalamulume recently published a book, Colonial Pathologies, Environment and Western Medicine in Sant-Louis-du-Senegal, 1867-1920.
Posted June 8th, 2015
Rebekah Adams'15 has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study Swahili in Arusha, Tanzania.

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Faculty Statement

The faculty members of the Africana Studies program at Bryn Mawr College register opposition to reported statements of the President of the United States (Jan. 29, 2018).