16th Annual Film Festival
The festival is free and open to the public. For a full festival schedule, please visit africanfilm.wustl.edu. Follow us on Facebook (Washington University African Film Festival) for trailers/reviews.
Portrait Unveiling of Dr. Robert L. Williams
The Department of African & African American Studies honors founding director, Dr. Robert L. Williams, with the unveiling of commissioned portrait.
African and African-American Studies Senior Celebration
On Thursday, May 19 immediately following the ArtSci Recognition Ceremony we are excited to host our first Senior Celebration in two years for the class of 2022 and their families!
Counter/Narratives: More Than One Thing
The Ethical Society of St. Louis and Washington University Libraries present a screening of the short film, More Than One Thing, followed by a brief discussion.
Counter/Narratives of Independence: Celebrating Juneteenth
Help Build the Peace Park Bamboo Pavilion
The design and construction of a community park on the vacant lots of the College Hill neighborhood that had been unofficially named “Peace Park” is intended to help address health and other disparities, and develop brighter alternative futures.