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Africa's 'Talented Tenth' Praise Clark Atlanta Stay

by Phil Bolton | July 25, 2014 The legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois was palpable at a farewell ceremony held for the 25 participants in the Young African Leaders Initiative the evening of July 24 at Clark Atlanta University. More

Coke Welcomes Japanese Students Enrolled in Its 'Friendship' Program

by Phil Bolton | July 24, 2014 Japan is no stranger to adversity, but what is known as the country’s “3/11” tragedy brought on by Mother Nature knocked the country with an unexpected punch from which it still is recovering. More
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Malaysian Students Sought for Awards, Scholarships

by Trevor Williams | July 22, 2014 Malaysian students in the U.S. are to be honored with scholarships at a September celebration in New York featuring the nation’s prime minister, Najib Razak, and minister of education, Muhyiddin Yassin.  More

Atlanta's World Affairs Council Chooses New President

by Phil Bolton | July 18, 2014 Charles Shapiro, a career foreign service officer, an outspoken supporter of free trade agreements and the U.S. ambassador to Venezuela from 2002-04, has been appointed as the new president of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta. More

Atlanta Foundation Invests in West Africa's Educational Future

by Rebecca Smith A new Atlanta-based nonprofit with strong ties to Georgia State University has been formed to publically assist a private university in Cote d’Ivoire committed to providing stable, affordable education for future African leaders.   More