UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
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THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF CLASSICAL AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS (ASCAC)
THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF CLASSICAL AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS EASTERN REGION CONFERENCE will take place at City College on September 30, October 1, and October 2, 1994. This year's theme will be "The Vision, Impact and Implementation of an African-Centered Education."
The conference is an effort coordinated among the National Coalition of African-American Educators, ASCAC and the Black Studies Department at City College, and, as a result, will include the participation of Dr. Leonard Jeffries and many eminent African-American scholars.
As has been the format in the past, presentations by the study groups are on the agenda. Members are urged to participate. As you know, the Brooklyn Study Group has been exemplary in forging and maintaining a standard of excellence in scholarship. We would like to uphold this tradition, as well as share the new-found knowledge from books recently studied.
In addition to the presentations, Saturday will have two sessions, a.m. and p.m. During those sessions study groups are expected to participate in two workshops--one, a topic to be chosen by the study group; the other workshop will focus on developing a study group.
The conference committee will meet at City College on Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 6:00 p.m. to make further plans. Also on Sat. Sept. 10, there will be Monitors and Secretaris meeting, geared to bring study groups up-to-date on the most recent plans for the conference, as well as designate areas of responsibilty.
The ASCAC Brooklyn Study Group meets every second and fourth Sunday at 1:00 p.m. at 582 Bainbridge Street, Brooklyn.
Message-Id: <199409221817.OAA15838@ipe.cc.vt.edu> Date: Thu, 22 Sep 1994 14:21:02 EDT From: Rodney Jordan
Subject: Classical African Civilizations
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