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African Experiences: Development through Education

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Together with the New York Times and Thomson Reuters, Jiamini is honored to co-host a panel discussion addressing the role of education in Africa’s long-term development.

Event: Panel discussion

African Experiences: Development through Education

Date: February 16th | 5:30PM – 9:00PM

Panel discussion will begin at 6PM | Cocktail reception to follow

Location: 3 Times Square | 30th floor | New York, NY

7th Ave between 42nd & 43rd Streets

Panel Moderator: Matt Bigg, Atlanta Bureau Chief for Reuters

Panelists:

* Ambassador John Campbell, former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria

* Dr. Mojubaolu Olufunke Okome (CUNY), Professor of Political Science

* Mora Mclean, President and CEO of theAfrica-America Institute

* Reverend Petero Sabune, Chaplain at Sing Sing Correctional Facility

Sponsored by: Thomson Reuters Black Employee Network

The New York Times African Heritage Affinity Group

RSVP Required | This is a free event | Jiamini.org/rsvp.php

We hope you will join us for what promises to be a fun and informative event with an excellent group of panelists.

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