The Northeastern Africana Studies Program has a rich history of intellectual engagement, student activism, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Play the short video above to see a timeline of the program’s history.
All images are were obtained from the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute and the Northeastern Digital Repository. Special thank-you to Simonne Ronk for providing the images and captions, as well as student and co-op Savita Maharaj for compiling this information.
Play the video above for a brief overview of some courses the program offers and recent events hosted by Africana Studies.
Thank you to student and co-op Maya Baumann for compiling these images and text.