African Perspectives

Sunday Afternoons at 4PM

Celebrating nearly 23 years of broadcasts on WUGA, African Perspectives examines current issues in Africa and celebrates African music and culture. The series also focuses on Africans living in Georgia and the Southeast and provides information about African-related activities on the University of Georgia campus. Host Akinloye Ojo is a native of Nigeria and a Ph.D.  in linguistics.

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UGA played host to 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Civic Engagement leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The Mandela Washington Fellowship empowers young African leaders through academic coursework, leadership training, mentoring, networking, professional opportunities, and local community engagement. The Fellowship hosted by UGA was part of a group of 700 Mandela Washington Fellows hosted at 27 educational institutions.

UGA played host to 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Civic Engagement leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The Mandela Washington Fellowship empowers young African leaders through academic coursework, leadership training, mentoring, networking, professional opportunities, and local community engagement. The Fellowship hosted by UGA was part of a group of 700 Mandela Washington Fellows hosted at 27 educational institutions.

UGA played host to 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Civic Engagement leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The Mandela Washington Fellowship empowers young African leaders through academic coursework, leadership training, mentoring, networking, professional opportunities, and local community engagement. The Fellowship hosted by UGA was part of a group of 700 Mandela Washington Fellows hosted at 27 educational institutions.

UGA played host to 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Civic Engagement leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The Mandela Washington Fellowship empowers young African leaders through academic coursework, leadership training, mentoring, networking, professional opportunities, and local community engagement. The Fellowship hosted by UGA was part of a group of 700 Mandela Washington Fellows hosted at 27 educational institutions.

UGA played host to 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Civic Engagement leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The Mandela Washington Fellowship empowers young African leaders through academic coursework, leadership training, mentoring, networking, professional opportunities, and local community engagement. The Fellowship hosted by UGA was part of a group of 700 Mandela Washington Fellows hosted at 27 educational institutions.

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