Florida statewide Africana Studies programs

University of South Florida – Tampa
Africana Studies

University of Florida – Gainesville
Center for African Studies
– African American Studies Program

Florida State University – Tallahassee
African American Studies Program

Florida A & M University (FAMU)
Department of History, Political Science, Public Management, and Geography

University of Central Florida

Community African Diaspora Network

In addition to the academic component of our Consortium, we have already established relationships with community organizations such as Diaspora Vibe, an Art gallery focusing on show casing the art of the African Diaspora; the Old Dillard Museum, the African World Artists Collective (AWAC), Fanhm Ayisen nan Myami (Haitian Women of Miami); Ife Ile for their Baila USA Summer Initiative; Harambee, Inc. Some of these will also provide internship relationships, and in other cases we have collaborated with them to offer programs of relevance to the African Diaspora. Specifically the following collaborations have been realized:

  • Marcus Garvey Lecture with Don Rico and Associates (Horace Campbell, Syracuse University ).
  • AWAC, an organization of local artists
  • Diaspora Vibe Gallery, the presentation of Deb Willis, Photographer
  • Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami for their annual Haitian Women’s Conference
  • Ife Ile – Baila USA , summer African Diaspora Dance program (lecture, workshop, and performance)
  • African American Research Library Fort Lauderdale ( symposia via International Programs, Broward Libraries)
  • Old Dillard Museum (art exhibitions, book launches and other cultural programs).
  • Nucleo Cultural Afro-Brasileiro (Salvador-Bahia) (film)