• Everyday Africa, which was conceived by Austin Merrill and Peter DiCampo, is a response to the common media portrayal of the African continent as a place consumed by war, poverty and disease. In addition to the founders, numerous photographers contribute pictures taken by cellphones.

    Merrill will speak at 7 PM Thursday, April 16 in SDSU Bailey Rotunda D.

    Everyday Africa as seen through social media
  • Join friends & neighbors Monday, April 13 at the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings or Tuesday, April 14 at Northern State University Student Center in Aberdeen.

    The Past, Present & Future of Korea
  • Agricultural economist George Norton shares tales from his career spent addressing hunger and hope in the developing world. He’ll appear at South Dakota State University’s Volstorff Ballroom at 7 PM Thursday, Jan. 29 and again at 10 AM Friday, Jan. 30 for SDWAC Food and Water Security Symposium.

    Hunger and Hope Speaker to tell stories of global despair and promise
  • Check back weekly right here for links to significant world news on our Blogroll. News stories are compiled by the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh and distributed through the World Affairs Councils of America.

    Weekly World New Update

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