[Video] Bilen, Kunama, and Tigrinya performances by Eritrean students at the University of Washington
Bilen, Kunama, and Tigrinya performances by Eritrean students at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.
By UW African Students Association
This year was by far the biggest Afro-Caribbean night to have taken place at the University of Washington. Kane 130 was filled over capacity! The African Students Association would like to thank all our performers, MC's, volunteers, advisors and our audience members for making this years ACN an overwhelmingly incredible success!
About Afro-Caribbean night
Afro-Caribbean Night is an event for University of Washington undergraduate and graduate students to showcase, and audience members to learn about, African and Caribbean culture through music, dance, poetry, fashion, video, and more. We seek to help UW students understand the diversity within Africa and the Caribbean. We want audience members, and also students who participate, to be more comfortable with and recognize these cultures of Africa. This event cohesively works with the goals of our organization because it supports the idea of unifying students of African descent as well as sharing the variety of different cultures within Africa and the Caribbeans.
The African Students Association at UW strives to spread cultural awareness throughout this institution, engage in community service through high school outreach, and provide social & academic networks of equally accomplished individuals of African descent
[Video] Bilen, Kunama, and Tigrinya performances by Eritrean students at the University of Washington Reviewed by Admin on 6:53 AM Rating: