Congress of Afro-American Students hosts Multicultural and Black Arts Festival

Wed., Mar. 1, 1989

A Multicultural and Black Arts Festival began on March 1st and was hosted by the Congress of Afro-American Students, the Korean Student Association, the East Asia Club, the Society of Hispanic Students, and CAB.  The festival ran for five days: it began with an East Asian dinner in the dining hall and continued with an exhibit of African Art in the Trout Gallery, different musical performances of music from around the world, and the production of "For Colored Girls" in ATS. This festival was held since 1969. 

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Dickinsonian, Mar. 2, 1989, pg. 5.