Africa

Documentary examining colonial rule in Africa: Concerning Violence

Jan
16

CONCERNING VIOLENCE
Göran Olsson (USA)
Fri Jan 16 - Wed Jan 21 @ 7:30pm
Thu Jan 22 @ 5:30pm

$8 General || $7 Students & Seniors || $6 Members
See 2+ films a night for only $5 each!

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Great Decisions: Feeding the Dragon: China in Africa

Oct
16
Great Decisions: Feeding the Dragon – China in Africa  

Great Decisions: Feeding the Dragon – China in Africa
MONDAY, October 21 (Note date change.)
6 pm Coffee / Networking / Optional Dinner
Program Begins at 6:15 pm
Tulane Hillel, 912 Broadway St.

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IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2004

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2002

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2001

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2000

One Million Bones

ONE MILLION BONES, in partnership with Students Rebuild, is a global social arts project that raises awareness of humanitarian crises worldwide. 1,000,000 handmade bones will be collected and laid down at the National Mall in D.C. in June 2013, bringing, close to home, an image far too common in Rwanda in 1994, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo currently, and many other places plagued with injustice. Each bone made triggers a $1 donation, up to $500,000, by the Bezos Family Foundation, towards CARE's relief work in the DR of the Congo and Somalia.

Event Date: 
Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 5:30pm
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