African Students Association presents Fest Africa

Friday, November 6, 2009 Fest Africa
Main Mall

Fest Africa is the African Students Association’s biggest cultural display of the fall semester. Fest Africa showcases the continent’s tremendous beauty, uniqueness and diversity. Fest Africa allows for Africa’s true form to be revealed through poetry, fashion, dancing, drama, food, art, music and much more.

The African Students Association or ASA, was officially founded on June 11th, 1992. Since that day, ASA has been committed to promoting African culture on the UT campus and surrounding community through dance, music, poetry and more. At meetings, we actively focus on having group discussions about issues facing Africans and Africa. We also hold many spectacular events throughout the year that are meant to educate our community about the various wonders of Africa. Many times we will partner with other UT organizations to jointly show the uniqueness of our cultures while unifying with others. ASA always welcomes anyone who has an interest in learning more about Africa, and seeks to be an integral social, academic, and cultural part of one’s college experience.


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