MLK Celebration 2021
The theme of this year’s MLK Convocation is “Art is Activism and Healing.” It will feature student and alumni performances, as well as a virtual art gallery and on-campus. Please Register for the MLK Convocation here. Our keynote speaker is Justin Toliver. They are the Lead Membership and Based-Building Organizer at Black Visions Collective.
- Virtual Art Gallery: The gallery will be available from Monday, January 18, to Friday – March 1st, 2021 on the MSS Augsburg Facebook page and the Pan-Afrikan website
- In-Person Art Experience: There will be a small selection of art pieces on display in the Christensen Center and the Oren Gateway Center. The exact location of where each item will be displayed will be available on Monday, January 18, 2021. The in-person gallery is only available for current students, staff, and faculty.
Pan-Afrikan Center at Augsburg University promotes programs that support the personal, social and academic success of students of African descent. Our programs focus on exploring Black identity, education, advocacy, and community building. We strive to develop leaders that will contribute to social progress, democracy and create sustainable changes in our communities.
M-F 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (all remote)
How-To Organize your friends & neighbors
As things get harder, we need to show up for our neighbors. Designate yourself as the neighborhood point person and take on the responsibility of reaching out to your neighbors, checking in on what needs are arising on your block, coordinating a neighborhood group chat or phone tree, and staying in touch with the point people from other neighborhoods for resource pooling. here is a link to “Mutual Aid Medford AndSOmerville (MAMAS)” resources.
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Augsburg University is working to comply with the executive order to stay at home issued by Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, effective 11:59 p.m. Friday, March 27, through 5 p.m. Friday, April 10. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pan-Afrikan Center has transitioned completely to remote services for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Below you will find instructions on how to contact us and links to resources for the Pan-Afrikan community.