BackgroundCulture Week is an annual week-long cultural festival, celebrating the diversity among the university community. This year, the event will be held from March 14-16 behind the cafeteria (Culture Village) and at the soccer pitch (Culture Week Night).
The university community is expected to experience 20 national cultures in terms of food, dress, music and language during the course of the three-day festival.
The climax will be the Culture Week Night to be held on Thursday, March 16 at the soccer pitch, beginning at 6pm.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2017 CELEBRATION
PAN-AFRICAN SYMPOSIUM | PROGRAM
Moderator: Dr. Maina Muchara (Assistant Professor of Strategic Management)
The Black History Month is an international observance that started in the United States of America with the aim of promoting self-actualization in African American communities and share with the world the rich cultural background and achievements of black people.
At the United States International University-Africa, Black History Month offers an opportunity for students, members of faculty, staff and community partners to gather and discuss challenges affecting black communities on the continent and in the diaspora. This celebration is observed every year during the month of February.