february, 2017

sat25feb7:00 pmBlack RenaissanceAshurst Hall Event Tagsactivism,dance,festivals,food,music


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A moment that allows students to express our culture through education, art, food, and community. The Black Renaissance is in relation to the Harlem Renaissance, a huge turning point in the African American community that took place in Harlem, New York. African Americans from all over the nation came and made a huge influence in art, music, and literature.

To embrace such an epic moment in history, throughout the night, we will have performances by our own students here at NAU from singing to dance, to spoken word poetry, and artwork, food that represents traditional African American dishes, and a phenomenal guest speaker Ms. Brenda Thomson, the Executive Director for the Arizona Humanities Organization.

Tickets for the banquet are $10 for students and $15 for non-students/faculty/staff & others and can be bought through the NAU ticketing office website. Students may purchase their tickets at the Central Ticketing Office (next to the Information Desk in the Union).

The banquet is also a black tie event, so please come in your best dressed for the photo ops!


(Saturday) 7:00 pm


Ashurst Hall

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011

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