"Zimbabwe in the African Humanitarian Crisis"

The Second Annual Julius Nyerere Memorial Seminar
by Africa Today Associates
Denver, Colorado, United States
Undated, about August or early September 2003
6 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage in Africa: Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: The African Asylum Project • The Wilbert Lemelle Fellowship • The African Humanitarian Crisis Project • African Dinner • Schedule for Zimbabwe Seminar • Brochure advertising a seminar and dinner on October 18, 2003 at the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver. The brochure says contributing sponsors are the Center on Rights Development (CORD), the International Human Rights Advocacy Center (IHRAC), University Park United Methodist Church, Charlie Sounds, Pita Jungle, Ann Gatobu, Bonnie Brae Wine & Liquor, the Kaladi Brothers, and University Parking Service. The brochure says the keynote speaker is John Prendergast or the International Crisis Group. Other panelists and speakers are Prof. Solomon Nkiwane, Colorado College and the University of Zimbabwe; Dr. Stanley NuKasa, Association of Concerned Zimbabweans; Handel Mililo, Center for the New American Community at National Immigration Forum; Grace Kwinjeh, Independent Journalist Association of Zimbabwe and Executive of the Movement for Democratic Change; Dr. Eliakim Sibanda, University of Winnipeg, Canada; Dr. Cyndi Courville, formerly with the NSC and now with the African Division of the DIA and GSIS graduate; Dr. Andy DeRoche, Front Range Community College; T. Craig Murphy, GSIS; Prof. George Shepherd, Executive Administrator Africa Today Associates; Prof. James Scarritt, Pres. Africa Today Associates and Prof. Emeritus Univ. of Colorado; Dean Ahmed Samatar, Macalester College; Dr. Nikhil Aziz, Political Research Associate; Dr. Tilden LeMelle, Social Science Foundation; and George Houser, Former Director, American Committee on Africa. The brochure discusses Ambassador Wilbert LeMelle, the Refugee Law Project in Uganda, the Refugee Consortium in Kenya, the Ford Foundation, Dr. Pius Kamau, U.S. government policy, Bob Golten, Sharon Healey, and the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS). 
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections