Monday, April 12, 2010

TSU hosts 10th annual Multicultural Spring Celebration

The Tennessee State University Office of International Business Programs will sponsor its annual Multicultural Spring Celebration. Hosted by the Multicultural Friendship Society (MCFS), this marks 10 years for the celebration aimed at strengthening the interaction among international and U.S. students, faculty, and the local community. Special guests include Jonathan Camcam and his Festival of the Nations.

The Multicultural Spring Celebration will feature ethnic cuisine and entertainment by TSU students and various Nashville community members.

This year’s spring celebration will include the following: 
  • An exotic variety of ethnic cuisine from around the world.            (Chinese, African, Thai, Indian, Jamaican, and Kurdish)
  • An International Fashion Show featuring cultures from such as South Africa, Nigeria, Jamaica, India, Mexico and China and others.
  • Cultural performances provided by representatives of TSU student/faculty organizations (Desiree Spain, Alpha Steppers, the Kurdish American Youth Organization and the Nashville Chinese Culture Club; local musicians (Levan Lortipanidza, a Georgian musician with a Delta Blues group); Glencliff High School students; and local community groups
  • Displays of local business, educational, and cultural organizations such as immigrant chambers of commerce.         

For more information, contact the TSU Office of International Business Programs at 963-7321 or 963-7154.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010, 12 – 3 p.m.

Tennessee State University Kean Hall

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