Onye Ozi Artist Fellowship 2020

Roots in Яeverse

Hosted by Afro Urban Society

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Onye Ozi Fellowship

This fellowship is 9 months of conversation, reflection, project exploration, construction-deconstruction, challenges, history, identities, Blackness. African-ness.

Presentation dates:

June 6, 2020

5:00-7:00pm PST

Register at: afrourbansociety.com/events


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A Reflection of Us

Free Tickets here

Come and join in a community of Black student and community artists showcasing their art. A free art gallery and short film screening will be presented along with light dinner and mocktails. You will have an in-person opportunity to speak to artists about their works. We will also be featuring a speaker to talk about Black art and its importance (speaker TBD).  


This is a collaboration between the African American Student Development Office (AASD), the Black Recruitment and Retention Center (BRRC), and Student Ambassadors for the Arts (SAFTA).

Public Health and Story Telling

September 2019

Feeling gratitude to be hosted by Denison University as one of the Laura C Harris fellows

to foster the education of women. The theme “Feminism, Health, and Justice” supported by Women’s and Gender Studies Program (WGSP) at Denison University, along with the Dance and Black Studies departments. ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

The Neuroscience of Surviving America – A Black Immigrant Story debuted as a lecture performance through a research based autobiographic monologue by Uzo Nwankpa.

Essence Show Santa Cruz

Essence

The Uzo Method Project will be telling the Black Immigrant Story at the Essence Show

Join @chezanami Foundation and many other talented artists in celebrating the “oneness of humankind” through drum and dance

When: Friday & Saturday- May 24-25 at 7:30 PM

Where: Louden Nelson Community Center (@loudennelson)!

Bring your friends, bring your family and let’s come together as ONE!

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