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College of Arts & Humanities



Why Africana and Black Studies?

The Africana and Black Studies Minor at CWU prepares students to excel in a global community. In today's multi-ethnic, globalized society, employers and graduate programs look for students who are prepared to function with a high level of cultural intelligence and creativity, as well as social and political awareness.
The ABS Minor is taught by an award winning faculty from several disciplines who are all committed to your success. We strive to offer a variety of courses that will provide you with the
skills and knowledge to exceed the expectations of
our progressive society.

Winter 2019


ABS 300

Afro-Latin America and Afro-Carivbbean Cultures

ABS 400

Special Topics in Race and Literature:  Afrofuturism


Spring 2019


ABS 302

Hip Hop As Global Culture

LAJ 402

African Americans and the Constitution

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Clubs and Organizations

Central African Student Association (CASA Central)

CWU Black Student Union (BSU)

Brother 2 Brother CWU

Sisters CWU


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