The African American Studies Program at UNC-Greensboro is proud to announce plans for its 30th Year Anniversary in conjunction with its annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE).This year's theme is "New Approaches to Black Leadership in the African Diaspora." The activities will begin with the first conference panel session on Thursday, October 18 and end with the conference banquet on Friday evening. Activist Dr. Lenora Fulani who has twice run for president as an independent is the keynote speaker. In l988, she became the first woman and first African American in U.S. history to appear as a presidential candidate on the ballot in all 50 states. In 1994 she co-founded the Committee for a Unified Independent Party, a national strategy center for independent voters which currently has networks in more than 40 states. She is a founder of the Independence Party of New York State and the co-founder of the All Stars Project. For more information and to register, visit www.uncg.edu/afs/cace .
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