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Date and Time: Monday, July 31 at 9 am EDT Location: University of Southern California Capital Campus1771 N St NW, Washington, DC, 20036 Speakers: Arhin Acheampong, Deputy Director, Afro-Sino Center of International Relations, Accra Priyal Singh, Senior Researcher, Institute for Security Studies Peace Operations

Date and Time: Monday, June 26 at 9 am EDT Location: Room 602; Elliott School of International Affairs 1957 E Street Northwest Washington, DC 20052 Speakers: Ibrahima Kane, Head, Africa Union Advocacy Program of the Africa Regional Office, Senegal Gilbert Khadiagala, Director, African Centre for

featuring Bob Wekesa, Inaugural Africa Visiting Fellow, USC Annenberg Center and Adam Powell III, Director, USC Annenberg Center Washington Programs  Date and Time: Monday, Thursday, May 25, 2023 at 8:00 a.m. EDT Location: Ralph J. Bunche International Center, Howard University and via Zoom Moderated

Date and Time: Monday, January 30, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. EST Location: George Washington University (Room 602, Room 602, 957 E Street Northwest Washington, DC 20052) and via Zoom Speakers: Professor Jennifer Cooke, Director, Institute for African Studies, George Washington University Professor Krista Johnson,

Date and Time: Monday, December 16, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. EST Location: George Washington University (Room 602, Room 602, 957 E Street Northwest Washington, DC 20052) and via Zoom Speakers: Professor Jennifer Cook, Director, Institute of African Studies, George Washington University Judd Devermont, Special

Africa’s Policy Towards the US: the Biden EraEdited by Dr Bob Wekesa, Deputy Director of ACSUSWebinar Book DiscussionHosted by the Library of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and UJ’s Faculty of Humanities in partnership with ACSUSWed 2 March 2022 online

The 2022 Changemakers of South Africa The African Centre for the Study of the United States at the University of the Witwatersrand, in partnership with Global Diaspora Connect, the Center for African Studies at Howard University and Democrats Abroad SA, held

https://youtu.be/bkzZ0ps0MeQ View a recording of the webinar on the left. In this webinar, Oladipupo Oyeleye rethinks African popular music, using Afropolitanism as a framework for reading the Post-2000 soundscape to map its significance as a connecting node for reading global Africa. Oladipupo Oyeleye is a