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CBAAC was established in 1979 and houses all the materials and core collections relating to FESTAC' 77.
The former Director General of the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), further explained that cultural heritage was one of the indices of the civilisation of a people but that 'the cultural heritage of the Nigerian peoples as manifested in their music, performances, costumes, body adornment, languages, religions, indigenous knowledge, laws, medicine, hospitality, values, cuisine recreational games, art and crafts, rites of passage, architecture, etc.
The 40th anniversary of FESTAC '77 which the Centre for Black African Art and Civilisation (CBAAC) organised could have been better packaged but redemption came through the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), headed by Otunba Olusegun Runsewe.
Lekan is also an award-winning playwright, who has written plays for the Royal Court Theatre, London; FLINN Theater, Germany; British Council, Nigeria; Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization in Nigeria (CBAAC) and the National Troupe of Nigeria among others.
2, 2011, "Colonial Rule and the Selection Process of Traditional Rulers: An Assessment of the Odemo and Akran Royal Stools" in Tunde Babawale et al, The Chieftaincy Institution in Nigeria, Lagos: CBAAC, 2010 as well as "Mainstreaming African Strategic Thought: An Assessment of Pre Colonial Yoruba Strategic Thoughts".
Center for Black African Arts and Culture (CBAAC), Nigeria.
We are not having these types of conferences among Black people in Asia, we have them in Africa--conferences by CBAAC (Centre for Black Arts and Civilization), the work of Panafstrag (Pan-African Strategy) and I guess even FeelNubia on different levels, but when it comes to African people in many other parts of the world that I have been to, what I find so intriguing is that we don't have black organizations per say, we don't have Pan-Africanist movements to address these issues and its interesting because I have not given it much thought until right now.
Given this background, the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), Nigeria, in conjunction with the Pan-African Strategic and Policy Research Group (PANAFSTRAG), Nigeria; the Special Secretariat for the Promotion of Policies on Racial Equality (SEPPIR), the Presidency, Brazil; the State University of Bahia; Bahia State Cultural Secretariat (SECUT); the Palmares Cultural Foundation and the Pedro Calmon Foundation is organizing its 7th International Conference on the theme: