Christo Brand Visit and Presentation
Come listen to the awesome presentation of Mr. Christo Brand. He was Nelson Mandela's prison guard for many years and authored his own booked titled: Mandela: My Prisoner, My Friend. He will give two presentations and both will be open to the public. His visit is sponsored by UNCW's OIP, OIDI, Honors College, Geography & Geology, International Studies, and LINC, Inc.
Friday, November 13, 2015
2:00 pm - Cameron 105
6:00 pm - Morton 100
International Education Week
Schedule and Events
Monday, November 16th - Friday, November 20th
International Week: Unlocking Silent Histories
Join us in celebrating indigenous cultural life as seen through the eyes of Maya youth! The presentation willl include two youth films and a discussion about their participation in Unlocking Silent histories, an educational non-profit created to amplify the voices and identities of indigenous youth through the art of documentary film making. Each of the young people involved in the project select a theme that they care about and through a video ethnography process, the youth film, edit, and produce their own stories.
Monday, November 16, 2015
12:00 - 1:30 pm
Long Leaf Pine Room 1041
BAFA BAFA Simulation
This simulation is co-sponsored by WCE International Committee and The Upperman African American Cultural Center.
In BaFa' BaFa' participants come to understand the powerful effects that culture plays in every person's life by experiencing it themselves through a cultural simulation. It may be used to help participants prepare for living and working in another culture or to learn how to work with people from other departments, disciplines, genders, races, and ages. BaFa' BaFa' is interactive, engaging and safe, and is widely used in professional, academic and community organizations.
This is first come first serve so make sure to come early!
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Long Leaf Pine Room in Fisher University Union