Lyricist Abbey Lincoln’s words are brought to life in this meditative portrait of black masculinity.
An African American Gullah family leaves their coastal island home in 1902 and risks losing their culture to start a new life on the U.S. mainland.
A three-part breathing technique rooted in Pranayama Yoga; through which you will sink into the consciousness of deep self-love and compassion.
Sankofa is a 1993 Burkinabé drama film directed by Haile Gerima centered on the Atlantic slave trade.
Workshop focused on ancestral practices and herbs that can help return one home, within self if nothing else. Meditation and tea are a definite.
This acclaimed documentary shows numerous rituals and ceremonies associated with Mammy Water, while devotees provide commentary. This is an important depiction of the strength of traditional religion in contemporary Nigeria and one of the few academically sound investigations of the role of women in an African spiritual movement.
Exhibition showcasing an exploration back to lands, rituals and traditions that we have always known.
Recognizing and awarding the wonderful achievements of black female students and faculty at UConn-Storrs.
As we are continually inspired by the work and presence of honored guests and our ancestors, it is clear to us the need to come together as a community, convene, and celebrate our brilliant Black contemporaries - as well as call in those who came before us.