Conference on African American & African Diasporic Cultures and Experience
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
9 am – 5 pm
Elliot University Center

The African American and African Diaspora Studies Program will host its annual conference on February 22, 2017 in the Elliot University Center on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. We are currently accepting abstracts to present at our Expo!

This year’s theme is: Black America in the 21st Century

Our conference will feature many presentations from students and faculty from various schools and universities. We welcome members with UNCG, faculty with their classes and Greensboro locals to please come! Along with the presentations, there will be:

  • The Opening Ceremony, 9 am
    (with an interactive performance from Community Play)
  • CACE Luncheon, 12 pm
    (with performances from an African Drumming Group and ASU’s Miwasi Kitoko Dance Team)
  • “Network at CACE”, 3 pm – 5 pm at the Alumni House, Virginia Dare
    (a chance to have coffee and network with other individuals of diverse backgrounds)
  • Literary Cafe, 6 pm
    (hosted by Tiera Moore, Dominick Hand and Demetrius Noble)

Please consider registering to be an audience member for the presentations that we will be hosting and to participate in Literary Cafe. Registration is free! Seating for the Luncheon is limited.

Register for CACE!

If you are interested in participating during CACE, the registration form will be available shortly.

Literary Cafe
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
6 pm
EUC Kirkland Room

You are welcome to perform a spoken-word presentation or performance during our Literary Cafe event that takes place at 6 pm in the EUC Kirkland Room after CACE has ended. If you are interested in being a part of the Literary Cafe, please contact us at!


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