Application Deadline: Laɣim Tehi Tuma Fellowship

Sunday, February 28, 2021
11:55 PM - 11:59 PM (ET)
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Miller, Julie M
Center for Peace and Global Citizenship

Laɣim Tehi Tuma Fellowship

Application Deadline: Sunday, February 14 at 11:59 p.m. EST

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Now entering its 9th year, Laɣim Tehi Tuma (“Thinking Together” in Dagbani), is a summer community-based learning and inquiry fellowship program grown out of a grassroots collaborative between the Bi-Co and local educators in the rural community of Dalun, Ghana. The program is now also supported by a growing team of educators from University of Development Studies–Tamale (UDS), other community-powered NGOs and collectives in Dalun, and Lincoln University (LU) in Oxford, PA. LTT is emerging as a threshold between these communities and individuals sharing a vision toward reconceptualizing  education—formal/informal, community-based, and self-directed—centered by Black diasporic liberation and study. 

CPGC Summer Fellowship Program:

The CPGC supports a robust range of community-focused summer internships through its Fellowship program, which widens and deepens connections with social change organizations around the world. Fellowships encourage a collaborative approach between students and community organizations to address social justice, human rights, and environmental issues. Each fellowship provides students with funding to support their participation and includes preparatory programming, a remote summer internship, and a re-entry course.

Students can contact Steph Zukerman with questions or for advising support.

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