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One million bones and lecture on Achieving Peace and Justice in Darfur

Published November 17, 2011
One Million Bones project and lecture on Achieving Peace and Justice in Darfur

11/17: Achieving Peace and Justice in Darfur
The FSU College of Social Sciences and Public PolicyShepard and Ruth K. Broad International Lecture Series is sponsoring a lecture by Ambassador Dane Smith, U. S. Senior Advisor on Darfur. Dane Smith was Deputy Chief of Mission in Sudan 1986-89 and in Botswana 1984-86. He directed the African Economic Policy Staff 1989-90 and was Chief, Food Policy Division, in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, 1979-81. Smith was appointed by President Clinton as Special Presidential Envoy for Liberia 1995-96, while concurrently directing the State Department’s Office of West African Affairs. He was Ambassador to Guinea 1990-93. He and President of National Peace Corps Association from 1999-2003. He has been a consultant on peace-building, democratization and private sector growth, leading teams examining effective humanitarian and development interventions overseas, especially in Africa. Last December Ambassador Smith was named the U.S. Senior Advisor on Darfur.
Thursday, November 17 @ 3:30-5:00 PM
Broad Lecture Hall, Claude Pepper Center
FSU’s local chapter on One Million bones will also be on sight so you can take some time before or after the lecture to learn more about that project and to also make a bone or two.

And if anyone is interested in introducing One million Bones in your class activities please contact me.