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(Why) Reporting the Voices of African Women and Girls Matters
The Rama S. Mehta Lecture at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study includes a distinguished woman in public affairs, the sciences, or the arts who has a deep understanding of the problems of women in developing countries. The[masked] Rama S. Mehta Lecture will be given by National Public Radio’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton. Arcton is a reporter who works in a variety of settings: educational institutions, urban and village settings, creative spaces and sacred places. Her lecture, entitled, (Why) Reporting the Voices of African Women and Girls Matters, is open and free to the public. An all-purpose Africa reporter, National Public Radio’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton is often to be found—in open-air markets, on the front line, in the boardroom, in educational institutions, in urban and village settings, in creative spaces and sacred places—listening to women and girls talk about the continent, the world, and what matters to them. And to us all. Free and open to the public. Registration required. Please register on the Event Website: https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/event/2018-ofeibea-quist-arcton-lecture

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The African continent is a rich collection of nations, languages, cultural traditions, economies, and growing industries. Celebrate entrepreneurship, innovation, economic development and African cultural traditions with fellow Africans and African business allies and friends in the Boston area. Enjoy opportunities to network and develop relationships in the US and abroad. The world is a small place. Let us learn from each other.

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