Kalama-Africa is a student organization that was formed to create a space on campus for students and the Kalamazoo community to engage with African cultures. It is a space both for African and African-descended students to feel a sense of belonging, as well as a space for all students to learn about African culture. It was founded sometime between 2008-2012.
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[Let's Talk About Race] flyer (Kalamazoo College, 2012-10-17)A flyer distributed in 2012 by Kalama-Africa to advertise an event about racial discussions.
Kalama-Africa Constitution (Kalamazoo College, 2018)A constitution for the Kalama-Africa student organization which includes information on the mission, membership, executive board, and statements about non-discrimination and confidentiality.
Afro Fiesta Desi Soul program 2017 (Kalamazoo College, 2017)Program of student organization descriptions for AFDS night 2017
Afro Fiesta Desi Soul Flyer 2014 (Kalamazoo College, 2014-02)Flyer advertising AFDS event for winter quarter 2014