Events

NOVEMBER

Nov. 1-3
Writer’s Conference 2000: Celebrating African American Women Writers
Community College of Baltimore County — Essex Campus
Baltimore, Md.
Contact: Cheryl Goodman
Phone: (410) 780-6742
Fax: (410) 574-2172
E-mail: cgoodman@ccbc.cc.md.us

Nov. 2-4
The Education Trust, Inc.,
11th Annual Conference
“Seeing is Believing: Evidence that We Can Close the Achievement Gap”
Washington
Contact: Nevin Brown or Sonya Wilson
Phone: (202) 293-1217 Ext. 315
Fax: (202) 293-2605
E-mail: nbrown@edtrust.org or
swilson@edtrust.org
Web: www.edtrust.org


Nov. 4-7
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
14th Annual Conference
“Changing the Landscape of
Education: Hispanics in the New
Century”
Albuquerque, N.M.
Contact: Dey Rossell
Phone: (210) 692-3805 Ext. 3224
Web: www.hacu.net

Nov. 9-11
First Annual World Conference of the Black Expressive Culture
Studies Association
“Where to Dry Ourselves: African-World Expressive Cultures and the New Black Millennium”
University of Maryland-Eastern Shore
Contact: Barbara Gordy
Phone: (410) 651-8913
Fax: (410) 651-6550
E-mail: bagordy@mail.umes.edu

 


Nov. 15-19
National Association for Multicultural Education
10th Annual International Conference
“Real Magic: The Realization of
Multicultural Education in the
Everyday”
Kissimmee, Fla.
Contact: NAME National Office
Phone: (202) 628-6263
Fax: (202) 628-6264
E-mail: nameorg@erols.com
Web: www.umd.edu/NAME

Nov. 16-18
Multiethnic Perspectives Conference
A National Conference for Students, Educators, Administrators and
Community Leaders
Virginia Beach, Va.
Contact: FAP Consultants and
Associates, Inc.
Phone: (540) 710-9532
Fax: (540) 891-0187
Web: www.411web.com/f/fapconsultantsinc/


Nov. 16-19
African Studies Association
43rd Annual Meeting
“People and Power in
21st Century Africa”
Nashville, Tenn.
Contact: African Studies Association
Phone: (732) 932-8173
Fax: (732) 932-3394
E-mail: callasa@rci.rutgers.edu
Web: www.africanstudies.org


 



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