News and Announcement

Quincy Trope - The Evolution of the African American Voice
Lecture by Keisha-Khan Perry, Ph.D. on Black Women and the Global Black Studies Project
Lecture by Christopher Dunn, Ph.D. on Black Rio: The Brazilian Soul Movement of the 1970s
Lecture by Todd Steven Burroughs, PhD on Black Panther: the Comic, the Party, the Movie
Ghanaian delegation visits WSU to observe Math Corps
Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies celebrates Wayne State Sesquicentennial with its own 47th Anniversary Awards Dinner and Celebración
Professors of African-American Studies discuss the meaning behind the film "Get Out"
WSU Another Chance bolsters Detroiters’ hope for greater success
Dr. Melba Boyd participates in discussion on events in 1967 Detroit
Dr. Daphne Ntiri invited to join the Centre for Gender Research at Uppsala University in Sweden as Visiting Scholar
Crisis in Puerto Rico and Detroit: Origins and Solutions
Oct. 13 symposium on African-American women's health at WSU School of Medicine
Black History Month Activities - February 2017
Ghana @ 60: Transitions within Globalization
2017 Open House - January 26, 2017
African American Studies to honor the life and legacy of Professor Emeritus Perry Mars
African American Studies Graduate Goes to Yale to Prepare for Ph.D. Program
CLAS Faculty discuss National Poetry Month
WSU Another Chance Program receives $5,000 award for outstanding performance
Dr. Daphne Ntiri received the 2014 Dr. Arthur L. Johnson Individual Community Leadership Award
New Four-Year Undergraduate Degree Plans!
Professor Daphne Ntiri's Another Chance GED Project receives Incentive Award from the State of Michi
Poetry book by Distinguished Professor Melba Boyd selected as a 2013 Michigan Notable Book
New Course - Afro-Latino Culture in the U.S.
African Security Sector Network newsletter
150 years in the heart of Detroit