The World Affairs Council Upstate, in partnership with Furman University, is pleased to announce the fourth of our
7-part monthly lecture series (part of our
Distinguished Speaker programming).
Join us on Tuesday, December 11 to learn why Africa is so poor.
With 54 countries on one continent it is hard to come up with a one-size-fits-all answer. The question why is loaded with bias and presumptions.
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Lunch and Lecture: Why is Africa so Poor?
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Don't miss Dr. Don Gordon, executive director of the Richard W. Riley Institute of Government, Policy, and Public Leadership, as he shares his knowledge and insight.
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Beaujolais Nouveau: A French Dinner and Wine Tasting
Thursday, November 15
Upstate International, 9 S. Memminger St. Greenville, SC 29601
Join Upstate International and the Alliance Francaise for our annual Beaujolais Nouveau wine tasting and dinner celebration.
Your Beaujolais wines will be paired with multiple courses of delectable French cuisine, cooked in fashion of French tradition.
Cost: $40 for members; $45 for non-members
Prior registration is required.
Embracing and Empowering all Nationalities in a Thriving Upstate
Upstate International (UI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that exists to empower people and businesses of all nations to thrive in the Upstate by connecting them through programs, events, and initiatives that foster the dynamic exchange of international cultures and ideas.