The production, which featured a nearly all-Black cast of students from the USC School of Dramatic Arts, celebrated the work of playwright Zulu Sofola.
The participants came from seven African countries and represent diverse fields including agriculture, housing, public safety, water quality, finance, food security, environmental protection and fashion.
The new USC Viterbi assistant professor seeks to make our cities more resilient in the face of natural disasters.
The hub brings USC professors and students together with experts in Kenya and beyond to tackle some of the region’s most pressing health issues.
Lesley Omenge’s life journey has taken her across oceans and cultures. Immersing herself in the customs of others, her destination is somewhere on the other side of borders.
The two bring decades of multiplatform professional experience into their classrooms, guiding students to the skills they will need to be adaptable in the rapidly changing landscape of entertainment.
The rapid filling of a giant dam at the source of the world’s longest river could reduce the water supplies going to Egypt and increase tensions with Ethiopia, a new USC study finds.
These findings by USC researchers could help health care providers and genetic counselors offer more precision-based care and advice, particularly in the multiethnic populations of L.A. County.
Emmy Esquerre links “queer phobia” in today’s Black communities to political and religious systems put in place by European colonizers and missionaries in Africa and South America.