Our Mission:

The Harvard African Students Association (HASA) is a student organization at Harvard College committed to nourishing cultural, intellectual, political and economic awareness about the African Continent

 
 
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Africa Night Is Upon Us!

Africa Night is the biggest event of the year for HASA and it’s held every Spring. It is a night of African food, dances, musical performances, fashion show, laughter, love, and much more! It is a celebration of Africanness, and of the culture and diversity of the beautiful continent that we all love. The 2019 Africa Night will be commemorated under the theme “celebrating progress” - Do not miss out!

HASA pRESS January 2019

We ended 2018 in high spirits due to Ethiopia’s democratic triumphs. We hoped for a continuation of such wins in 2019. Lamentably, we have entered 2019 with heavy hearts

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Our Programs

HASA Fall FEAST

Fall Feast is an event that is meant to spread the knowledge of African Food to the Public. We serve food from different countries in Africa. We guarantee that you will enjoy it!
 

AFRICA night

Africa Night is the biggest event of the year for HASA and it’s held every Spring. It is a night of African food, dances, musical performances, fashion show, laughter, love, and much more! It is a celebration of our Africanness, and of the culture and diversity of the beautiful continent that we call home

Africa TALENT INITIATIVE

The Africa Talent Initiative is a program initiated by HASA and developed extensively by our secretary in order to encourage more Harvard students to engage with meaningful internships in Africa
 

AFRICA DINNER TABLE

Africa Dinner Table often abbreviated as ADT is a weekly dinner hosted in the Leverett House Dining Hall. This is a great time for Harvard students to socialize with students in different class years over a meal! Sign up for our mailing list for weekly reminders

 
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