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African American Studies

Rosa Parks
MLK, Jr.
Colin Powell

We offer courses in a number of areas. These courses enable students to learn and comprehend the history, culture, and traditions of African and/or African-descent people. It provides students with the curricula necessary to complete the instructional requirements of other departments.

We are committed to providing courses which teach students the skills and proficiencies necessary for successful matriculation and for a successful life. This department is grounded and rooted in the historical, cultural, and intellectual traditions of the African American people. Its existence is established on the premise that the African/African American experience, in time and space, is a legitimate subject of intellectual inquiry and academic endeavor.

 

Events

  • African-American Studies Student Resource Center Grand Opening Day
African-American Studies Student Resource Center Grand Opening Day

Location:
Batmale Hall Room 325, Ocean Campus

Date & Time:
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016
10:00am - 2:00pm

Drop by and see the new student resource center. Our mission is to provide support; to help meet the basic needs of students on campus, and facilitate stronger relationships with African-American Studies faculty and staff.

See flyer for more information.

  • African-American History Month 2016
African-American History Month Calendar 2016

City College of San Francisco, Rosenberg Library & Learning Resources, African American Studies and Concert & Lecture Series, Celebrate: African American History Month

Events are held throughout February 2016

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin ■ (415) 239-3509 ■ adunn@ccsf.edu

Lori Brown ■ (415) 452-5585 ■ lbrown@ccsf.edu

See calendar flyer for more information.


Past Events

  • African-American History Month 2015
    See flyer for more information
  • African-American History Month 2012
    See flyer for more information


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