WSU to host day of African American music, dance and storytelling
Mar 3, 2008 2:30 PM | Print
An afternoon celebrating African American history through the arts is planned from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, March 9, in Wichita State University's Ablah Library.
Admission is free.
The program, "Sharing Our Story: An Afternoon of African American History through Music, Dance and Storytelling," is sponsored by the WSU Library Associates.
The program will include performances of spirituals by ARISE (African Americans Renewing Interest in Spirituals Ensemble) directed by Josephine Brown; a dance performance by Demetria Williams of Southeast High School; and storytelling by Griots members Sheila Kinnard, Tasleem Muqtasid and Rob Simon.
Refreshments will be served. For more information, call (316) 978-3586.
Golf course to close at Wichita State
WSU expansion will support job growth, innovation
New ballistics lab started by Wichita State's NIAR
Wichita State dedicates Shocker Hall
Claycomb named as WSU Ventures director
WSU students study, perform opera in Italy
Health care conference co-sponsored by WSU
WSU professor to present research on racial profiling
Wichita Transit to make on-campus stops
Bibb makes Health Professions her new home
New go-to-resource available for WSU students
Wichita State police lend helping hand
WSU School of Nursing benefits from grant
WSU research uses all types of people
Permits to be required to park on main campus