Africa in the Classroom

Africa in the Classroom

In line with its commitment to education and leadership, the James S. Coleman African Studies Center is proud to introduce African in the Classroom comprised of two sections: Performing Arts and Academic Presentations.

Africa in the Classroom intends to expose the greater Los Angeles community to the culture and heritage of Africa and the African Diaspora. The program will link UCLA students and organizations dedicated to the education and community outreach to schools, community organizations, and public institutions.

Performing Arts

The Performing Arts section consists of students specializing in African art or dance. Students are able to provide a combination of brief presentations and live performances.

Academic Presentations

The Academic Presentations section is an ensemble of African Studies M.A. and Ph.D. students who specialize in a variety of disciplines who can provide 30-60 minute presentations on a topic of your choice.

Request for Class Visit Form Coming soon. Until then if you have any questions please email Azeb Tadesse at Africa@international.ucla.edu

 

For more info please contact:
African Studies
(310) 825-3686
africa@international.ucla.edu