The educational and cultural programming shall consist of, but is not limited to, African and/or African-American culture. This is to be included with programs surrounding Caribbean, Afro-Latino, and all African Diasporic cultures. In addition, we collaborate with The African American/ Africana Studies Department, A.L.M.A (Association of Latinos Motivated to Achieve), L.A.X., The African American/ Africana Studies House (Cloake Hall), and other minority programs on campus to curate events for all to enjoy.
The purpose of this organization shall be to foster a sense of awareness and promote educational and cultural programs throughout the Ursinus Community.
Alumni returned to campus on September 16, 2017 to gather with current students at Cafe Nia, an annual Homecoming tradition. Attendees shared a meal and enjoyed speakers, music and dance performances from groups, such as Seismic Step and the Gospel Choir.