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Save the Date: April 28: Panel Discussion on 'The Future of the South African Dream'
Africa Action & The Department of African Studies, Howard
University Department of Sociology, George Washington
"The Future of the South African
Dream: Thabo Mbeki, Jacob Zuma and the April 2009
Tuesday, April 28 2009
6:30PM - 8:30 PM
At Howard University, Ralph Bunche
International Affairs Center
2218 Sixth Street NW. Washington,
Presentation and discussion featuring:
Mbeki: the Dream Deferred,
won the Sunday Times Alan Paton award in 2008. Palgrave Macmillan is
publishing the American edition, which will be on sale at the
Teaches African Studies and Communication Studies at the
University of Michigan. He is a frequent commentator on South African
affairs and is co-editor of Thabo Mbeki's World: The Politics and
Ideology of the South African President (2002).
Professor of government and politics and director of the African
American Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland. He is one
of the most prominent analysts on African American politics. He has a
long record of involvement in South African issues, dating back to his
activism in the anti-apartheid movement. Among his books are Pan
Africanism in the African Diaspora (1993) and The Price of
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