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    US Agency for International Development
    Discovery Channel Global Education Partnership
    The Africa Society of the National Summit on Africa
    UCLA African Studies Center

    present

    Teach Africa
    a special Africa-education orientation program for
    superintendents, principals and instructional coaches

    Friday, June 27, 2008
    UCLA Campus
    James West Alumni Center
    6pm.

    Special guest Ngugi wa Thiongo
    World renowned African novelist, theorist of post-colonial
    literature and Director of the International Center for
    Writing and Translation at the University of California,
    Irvine

    Featuring
    X Assemblymember Mervyn Dymally
    X His Excellency Amadou BA, Ambassador to the U.S. from
    the Republic of Senegal
    X Dr. Sarah Moten, Chief, Education Division, USAID Africa
    Bureau,
    X Dr. Gail Ifshin, The Discovery Channel Global Education
    Partnership
    X Bernadette B. Paolo,Esq, The Africa Society of the
    National Summit on Africa

    Designed for principals, superintendents and instructional
    coaches, this event along with introducing the Teach
    Africa program, will provide information and resources
    available for educators interested in enhancing their
    instruction on Africa.

    RSVP required. Space is limited.

    For more information and to RSVP call 310-825-3686 or
    email at africa@international.ucla.edu