MAMALAND is the Fall annual cultural show put on by the Wellesley African Students’ Association (WASA). While WASA did put on cultural shows in the past, the very first MAMALAND cultural show was in 2004.

This cultural show plays a significant role in making sure the presence of Africans on campus is acknowledged. The show, directed by the Mamaland Chair with direct involvement from all members of WASA, features, in addition, off-campus performers who showcase plays, dance, poetry recitals, and song. Modern and Traditional African attire is also showcased through a fashion show. Special guests sometimes play a part but most importantly, African food is served for all.
MAMALAND sometimes ends with an afterparty or mixer for both on-campus and off-campus attendees.

Some MAMALAND Videos

Some MAMALAND Promo Videos

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