The African Students Association is hosting its second annual African Culture Week, March 1 to 4, with a theme “African Voices in Global Spaces.”

Events include a musical performance, film screenings and a lecture about African politics.

All events are free and open to the public:

Mamadou Diabate

A March 2 musical performance by Grammy Award-winning kora master Mamadou Diabate is a part of the 2011 African Culture Week at NAU.

Tuesday, March 1
7 p.m.
Exhibition of African Cultures
du Bois Conference Center Freemont Room

Wednesday, March 2
7 p.m.
Musical performance by Grammy Award-winning kora master Mamadou Diabate
du Bois Center Ballroom

7 p.m.
Film Screening: Guimba the Tyrant
Wettaw Bldg, Room 130

Thursday, March 3
4 p.m.
Film Screening: Tsotsi
Cline Library Assembly Hall

Friday, March 4
6 p.m.
Jennifer Requadt’s Art Walk Exhibit
Flagstaff Coffee Company
16 E. Rt. 66, Flagstaff

7 p.m.
Talk by Kiki Edozie, Michigan State University professor
“New Directions in African Democratic Politics”
Ashurst Auditorium

For information, e-mail Chiedza Denhere, president of the African Students Association, or call (334) 559-3194.