Pan-African Commons Resources
Pan-African Commons Programs
Arts events will acknowledge and resurface the diverse cultural activities, events, and movements in PSU’s Pan-African Community, and the local Pan-African Community. Through programming and managing art loans in PAC, we co-coordinate tools for self-care and healing, utilizing the therapeutic functions of art.
Meaning “go back and get it” in the Twi language of Ghana, these program’s events will explore holidays, independence, celebrations and more through recognizing the culture of Pan-African peoples.
Affinity Student Groups
- Association of African Students
- Black Student Union
- Muslim Student Association
- ACCESS | Multicultural Retention Services
- Empowering Sisterhood
- Men of Color
Wellness & Support Links
- The Self-Care Mixtape Podcast Recordings
- Confidential Advocacy in the CRCs
- C.A.R.E. Team
- Global Diversity and Inclusion
- Bias Review Team
The Pan-African Commons also works very collaboratively with student groups and departments for events, including PSU’s annual Black History Month. We seek to collaborate with students, community partners, university units, and student organizations. Collaborative events include the use of Cultural Resource Centers staff time, resources, and systems beyond our physical spaces. Submit a request HERE.