The Center for African Studies organizes the Let's Talk Africa series to bring together the Pitt learning community and beyond to talk about Africa-related matters. It is designed to be a platform for people to talk about their experiences studying about or in Africa, doing internships, conducting research, volunteering, working, and other learning activities in African Studies. Let's Talk Africa is a forum that allows students and members of the community to talk about Africa's achievements while also exploring challenges and policy solutions.
- "How I Backpacked Across Africa Solo: Tips for Traveling, Living, and Working on the Continent" with Valerie Bowden
- "Human Trafficking and the Nigerian Society" with Dr. Fatima Waziri-Azi. See photos here!
- "Explorations of Blackness: Relevance of New Negro and Négritude Literature to 21st Century Social Advocacy" with Dr. Gamby Camara
- "The Past, Present, and Future of Women and Law in Africa" with
- Panel: "What you Don't Know is Happening: Voices from Nigeria" (Download slides and take action)
- Panel: "COVID-19: Impact on Education and Life During the Pandemic"
- COVID-19: The Impact of COVID-19 on University Partnerships across the World