The father of modern African nationalism and the great torch bearer of pan-Africanism, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was very clear in his vision that political independence was only the first step in the struggle to realize social justice and a higher standard of living for Africans.
His academic articles have appeared in the leading journals of political science and development. His honors include the Guggenheim, Carnegie, Luebbert and Lerner awards.
Manu Bhagavad will give a lecture and presentation based on his critically acclaimed book, The Peacemakers / India and the Quest for One World, published by HarperCollins India in 2012.
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Dr. Mehnaz M. Afridi is an assistant professor of religion at Manhattan College.
The UConn Human Rights Institute received the largest gift in its history.
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UConn Today invited three UConn professors to share their insights on the refugee emergency.