The NAACP Boulder County is Proud to Partner with the Center for African and African American Studies
at CU Boulder
Established in May 2021 by Reiland Rabaka, along with student leaders Audrea Fryar, Ruth Woldemichael, Karia White and Isaiah Chavous, The Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAS) is a multipurpose space where scholars, students, artists, activists and allies come together to study Africa, African Americans, and the African diaspora. The CAAAS is the central research, teaching, performance, exhibit, consciousness-raising, and community-building space dedicated to Black culture on the Boulder campus.
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The Center for African and African American Studies is a co-curricular and community-building space where students, staff, faculty, alumni, artists, activists, allies, and community members come together to critically and systematically study the historical, cultural, spiritual, sociopolitical, economic, and artistic experiences of Africans, African Americans, and the African diaspora.
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