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ADEKU's Michael Bradley leads a drumming workshop for the Boys and Girls Club Spring Break Camp.

The KASC Outreach Program seeks to promote the understanding of Africa by offering diverse services that help to increase knowledge about Africa. Our audience includes the University community; K-12 teachers and students; community college teachers and students; educational organizations, community groups and the general public as a whole. Our calendar lists upcoming events that all are welcome to attend.

Outreach Resources

We reach out through a wide range of activities that include, but are not limited to:

 


Migration Stories: Africans in Midwestern Communities


 

KASC Calendar

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Summer African Language Institute

Upcoming Events
RT @kshumanities : Bring a Migration Stories program exploring African migration to Kansas to your community. https://t.co/D1s2F6YQzn https:…


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