Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. King with EducationUSA Students

PAS Lusaka American Spaces Director Carla Minor and EducationUSA Advisor Elda Muco organized a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day reception for 19 Zambian students who are currently or formerly part of our regular EducationUSA intensive advising sessions. The group first watched the film “The March” after which Embassy guest speaker, CDC Provincial Office Support Officer ...
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Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy Urges Freedom For All

January 20, 2014 On January 20, the United States celebrates one of our most timely and relevant national holidays – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday. For me it is a holiday that focuses national attention on some of the founding ideals that make America strong as a democracy. Like all countries, the United States ...
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MLK Discussion with Lusaka Youth at University of Zambia

On Monday, January 20, 2014, nearly 40 political science and history students at the University of Zambia joined Martin Luther King, Jr. Day event including a film screening, panel presentation, and question and answer session. U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. David Young, USAID Acquisition Officer Ayana Angulo, and CDC Deputy Director James Ham spoke about ...
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American Corner-MEF Hosts MLK Discussion and Film Screening

On Monday, January 20, the American Corner at the Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation (MEF) in the Copperbelt Province hosted a lively Martin Luther King, Jr. Day discussion and film screening with 30 students from the United Church of Zambia Theological College. At the start of the two-hour program, our American Corner Coordinator guided students through a ...
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