What does it mean to be an 'African'? On identity politics

Only three weeks ago ASU took you on a Performing Arts Night ride along with . This time around we would like to invite you to dicuss what being an 'African' means. It is an important question in the identitiy politics that we as African Students United (ASU) are part of. 

Join us in this debate where different aspects of the African identity politcs will be discussed. We present you a panel consisting of Africans from the continent and from the diaspora. 

The panel members for this evening will be:

Ama Koranteng-Kumi (Social entrepreneur and writer of Ghanaian descent)
Seada Nourhoussen (Journalist of Ethiopian descent)
Josh Maiyo (Political scientist and Phd candidate at the VU university of Kenyan descent)
Wayne Modest (Phd and head of research centre for material culture of Jamaican descent)

Our host will be miss Clarice Gargard (of Liberian descent) herself. You might recognize her face from AT5, VARA and NTR amongst others.

Come to be inspired and to share your perspective on what it means to be an African. 

Location: VU university Amsterdam, Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV Amsterdam

Time: 1930 - 2130
Fee: €2,00 to be paid in cash at the door

Plaats: 

Amsterdam

Datum: 

18 mrt 2016 - 19:30 tot 21:30
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