For two African Cornell undergrads, the UN unveils a world of opportunity

By: Blaine Friedlander,  Cornell Chronicle
March 14, 2018

...About 90 Cornell undergraduate and graduate students, as well as academic fellows from across the globe, toured the United Nations. This was the 14th annual trip organized by N’Dri Assié-Lumumba, professor of African/diaspora education at the Africana Studies and Research Center in the College of Arts and Sciences; and Marcus Scales, the residence hall director of Ujamaa.

“The U.N. trip was a great experience and I hope others get an opportunity to visit,” Giramahoro said

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To African Cornell Undergraduates