ACSUS Webinar on Thurs 9 July 2020 Imagined Identities
View a recording of the webinar on the left.
This webinar featured African/African American scholars who study race, Blackness and Africanness; a cultural activist; and a television and media practitioner. The panelists drew on their wide and varied African Diaspora engagement experiences to reflect on (mis)understandings of imagined African identities, boundaries and belonging, connections, and relations among people of African descent, especially in the context of Ghana’s Year of Return Campaign.
This webinar was organized under the auspices of the Ubuntu Dialogues Project, an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded partnership between the Stellenbosch University Museum and the African Studies Center at Michigan State University.