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Saturday, April 14: Framing the Future, Part 3 featuring Clarence Lusane - Conference and Vendors Bazaar
Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Clarence Lusane - Associate Professor & Author
Dr. Clarence Lusane is the program director for Comparative and Regional Studies at American University. He teaches courses in comparative race relations, modern social movements, comparative politics of the Americas and Europe and jazz and international relations. He is a national columnist for the Black Voices syndicated news network, and has published his writings in national publications and presented them at leading American and international universities and in the international media. He is the Co-Chair of U.S. Civil Society Committee of the Brazil-U.S. Joint Action Plan for the Elimination of Racism, a government-to-government project to address the issue of racism in Brazil. He is also the Co-Chair of the TransAfrica Forum Scholars Council, and a long-standing board member of the Institute of Policy Studies. Dr. Lusane's latest book is The Black History of the White House (City Lights Books 2010).
Doors open and registration
11:30am until 12noon
Keynote address by Clarance Lusane
"The Black History of the White House" (12:30-1:30)
"The Black History of the White House"
The Black History of the White House is a book by Clarence Lusane concerning the history of the African-American community's relationship to government and the White House as a symbol as well as a place of employment. The book begins with the founding of the United States and continues to the first few years of the Barack Obama administration.
2:15pm - 2:30pm
"Past to Present-Women of African Descent of Architecture and Design"
Glynis Tart - Verden Interior Design Studio LLC
Glynis will explore three women and their impacts on architectures and design: Queen Hatshepsut-Pharaoh of Egypt, Norma Sklarek and Robin Wilson.
$60 until March 31, $75 thereafter. Must Register at
Each vendor will get a table, two chairs, access to electric and can bring two total people to man their space. Each additional person is the admitted at the same rate as the general public, $10 in advance, $15 at the door with children under 12 free.
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