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African American Studies: Additional Resources

Student Organizations

African Student Organization aims to learn about and to educate our peers about the history of Africa as a whole. To strive to give back to Africa: time, money, and hearts. Facebook | Twitter

Black Men United (BMU) is a brotherhood-based student organization that empowers Black males through dialogue, skill development and service. Meetings are held weekly on Thursdays at 7:00 pm in LBJ Student Center Room 3-5.1 Facebook | Twitter

Black Student Alliance (BSA) creates and promotes cultural and educational activities for Black students.  It also provides opportunity for development of leadership, responsibility, and goodwill toward others. Facebook | Twitter  | YouTube

Black Women United (BWU) is an organization where women of all ethnicities can come together to educate and empower themselves. Meetings are held weekly on Thursdays at 6:00 pm in LBJ Student Center Room 3-13.1 Facebook | Twitter

Caribbean Student Association aims to bring together the underrepresented Texas State population of Caribbean students and those alike, men and women; a collective effort to unite and learn about the different West Indian culture through art, entertainment, activities, and community service. Facebook | Twitter

Coalescence provides an organization of peers who identify as bi-racial or multi-racial with a goal of pursuing a common bond between backgrounds by embracing racial and cultural differences. Meetings are held weekly on Mondays at 7:00 pm in LBJ Student Center 4-9.1 Facebook | Twitter

Hip Hop Congress is a diverse community-service based organization that strives to unite cultures through the art of Hip Hop by encouraging creativity, cultural expression and social activism. Facebook | Twitter

Impact Movement takes the truth of Jesus Christ to the campus, community and world by producing leaders of African descent who are spiritually focused, financially responsible and morally fit. Facebook | Twitter

Gospel Expression Association (GEA) meets and provies activities including choir rehearsal, Bible study and concerts. Facebook | Twitter

National Association of Black Accountants educates the minds of future minority business leaders. To inform them about career opportunities, scholarships, internships, and the technologically advancing world of finance and accounting. Facebook | Twitter | Website

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a civil rights organization founded in 1909 that strives to have equality for all. Facebook | Twitter

National Society of Black Engineers at Texas State aims to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, professionally, and positively impact the community. Facebook | Twitter

Web Resources

American FactFinder | Census Bureau's portal for data from 2010 Census, 2015 Population Estimate & 2014 American Community Survey.

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