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The Ankh Maat Wedjau Honor Society is a Student organization in Africana Studies (AFRA) whose purpose is to encourage academic excellence, professional preparation, spiritual balance, and personal support. It works to bring black academics, intellectuals and professionals to campus; highlight the work of black authors, musicians, moviemakers, artists and contemporary figures; create discussion groups and forums that fosters creative and intellectual dialogue; and connect Africana Studies majors and minors to opportunities and materials that support their academic success.
Our mission is to create and nurture a foundation of academic excellence in Africana Studies and use the power of knowledge to uplift our communities, ourselves, and inspire the pursuit of knowledge for social change and permanent liberation.
President - Ayomide Adeoti
Vice President - Kobe Baker
Secretary - Briana Richardson
Treasurer - Mary Grace Colonna
Parliamentarian - Quader’a Henry
Social Media - Vania Copeland
Historian - Rahkim Clark
Public Relations - Mark Jackson
General Member - Kyle Heggs
Advisor - Dr. Drew D. Brown
Download the application form and drop off the completed form to the Africana Studies office in 417 Ewing Hall.
Students from the Ankh Maat Wedjau Honor Society (AMWHS),
an organization in Africana Studies, presented their academic work on a
research panel at NCBS. In addition to participating on the panel,
students were able to engage with top scholars, network with other
Africana studies majors from around the world, and attend presentations
on a variety of issues related to the African World experience.