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Swahili students win U.S. Department of State Scholarships

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The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is a competitive and intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American university students to study one of fifteen critical languages.

AFAS faculty help lead WashU & Slavery, a new initiative in CRE2

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Several AFAS faculty are helping to lead Washington University's participation in Universities Studying Slavery, a global consortium of nearly eighty universities across five countries engaged in examining how their institutional histories are entangled with histories and legacies of slavery. The project, WashU & Slavery, is based in the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity (CRE2).

College and COVID-19

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Two AFAS majors share their experiences of being in college during a pandemic.

Swahili students win U.S. Department of State Scholarships

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The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is a competitive and intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American university students to study one of fifteen critical languages.

AFAS Majors Join the 28th Cohort of Mellon Mays Fellows

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Congratulations to Zari Muhammad and Kennedy Young!

WashU Summer in Kenya 2020 will Enrich a Broad Array of Study Areas

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Apply by February 1, 2020 for Washington University's Summer 2020 Program in Kenya. This dynamic program offers four weeks of full immersion in Nairobi, Rift Valley, and the coastal region of Kenya. The Summer 2020 program will run from May 29, 2020 through June 29, 2020.

City Academy Graduate Stephanie Briggs Wins 2019 Alumni Award

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AFAS Junior Daelen Morris named Schomberg-Mellon Humanities Institute Fellow

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AFAS Students elected to WashU Student Union

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New Student Union leaders pledge to address inequity.

African Oral History

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AFAS launches a new project that focuses on the oral histories of Kenyan WWII veterans and St. Louis' African immigrants.

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