11th Annual African Economic Forum

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Akwaaba: Admitted Students-Current Students-Alumni Mixer

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Akwaaba Flyer Draft

Central Park 5 Screening and Director Talk

Posted by Rachel on March 12th, 2013 :: Filed under Event  
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The Central Park Five

Tuesday, March 26th

6:30pm-9:30pm

Join ALSA, SJI, and other members of CLS for a film exploring the intersection of race and law in New York. The Central Park Five is the story of five Black and Latino teenagers falsely accused and wrongfully imprisoned for raping a white woman. This was not 1955 in Mississippi. This was 1989 in Manhattan. We will be joined by the film’s directors as well as one of the exonerated men.

Empowering Women Beyond the Violence

Posted by Rachel on March 6th, 2013 :: Filed under Uncategorized  
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Monday, March 11th          1pm-3pm            Jerome Greene 102

Love, Laughs, & Legal Careers

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Love, Laughs Poster

Africa Ignited! 2/22/13 @ The Empire Room

Posted by Rachel on February 8th, 2013 :: Filed under Event  
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THE 10TH ANNUAL AFRICAN ECONOMIC FORUM
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Dear Friend,Due to blizzard warnings throughout New York and so as not to put you in harm’s way, we’ve decided to postpone the Africa Ignited Party to February 22nd. We apologize for the inconvenience as we know a lot of you were already looking forward to the fantastic time we promised but your safety is our priority. All pre-purchased tickets will still be honored on the new event date.

Please join us on the 22nd, 11:00PM to 4AM. Same iconic location, same awesome line up.

Sincerely,
The 2013 AEF Team

Fisher v. Texas

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The African Law Students Association is proud to co-sponsor “GAME CHANGER OR DOOR CLOSER?” Please join us for a dynamic roundtable discussion on Fisher v. Texas featuring leading scholars, advocates, and special guest Russlyn Ali, Assistant Secretary of Education for President Barack Obama.

Game Changer or Door Closer?

Tuesday, October 16th

6-8 PM

Dinner will be served!

RSVP Required

Dinner and a Movie

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Join ALSA, MELSA, KOLEINU, and SIRR for a screening of “Live and Become,” a story of race, religion, and family that touches three continents.

Dinner and a Movie

Thursday, October 4th

6:15PM in JG 104

                                                  

AfroBEATS

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AFROBEATS

Monday, August 20th

7PM-9PM

Case Lounge

 Jerome Greene Hall 7th Floor

Join us for a night of music, trivia, and fun as ALSA presents an African version of “Name That Tune” featuring music from across the Continent and the Diaspora.


Summer Reading

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New York Bar Association Letter to President Obama on child soldiers

The African Union has chosen South African Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as its leader, making her the first woman to hold the post.

Also see: http://allafrica.com/legalaffairs/

Teranga

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Teranga

An Admitted Students Dinner

Thursday, March 29 2012

6:00-8:00PM

Join us as we welcome admitted students over a delicious dinner! Attendees will include attorneys, students, and prospective students.

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