Golden Apple Award: Manu Ampim

Professor Manu Ampim receives the Golden Apple Award!!!

http://issuu.com/the_advocate/docs/the_advocate_9-25


Save Nubia Project Seminar (1-26-13)

  • This Save Nubia Project Seminar will focus on the issues of development and preserving ancient and modern African culture, and the latest update on the ancient Kush and Nubia archaeological sites in Sudan.

 

SPEAKERS:

  • Dr. Siri Brown – Chair, African American Studies Dept. (Merritt College)

Prof. Walter Turner, Chair, Social Sciences Dept. (College of Marin), and host of "Africa Today" on KPFA Radio

Ms. Lori Pottinger – International Rivers, head of Communications and Africa Program

Prof. Manu Ampim – Director of Save Nubia Project, and Professor of History & Africana Studies (Contra Costa College

 

Saturday, January 26, 2013

10:30 am - 1:30 pm

(doors open at 10:00 am)

 

 

MERRITT COLLEGE

Newton/Seale Conference Room

12500 Campus Drive

Oakland, CA

Sponsored by the African American Studies Dept.

 

$10 general

Free for students with ID

 

Register for the event here:

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=bxfdmskab&oeidk=a07e6tplx67cf966705


 

 

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Please make a donation to help preserve ancient African history.  Your assistance will help support field research to designate central and northern Sudan as a region with World Heritage Sites under threat.

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