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Professor Boatamo Mosupyoe speaks in Santa Cruz!
On Thursday January 10 Professor of African Studies for CSU Sacramento Boatamo Mosupyoe spoke at the Veterans Memorial Building in Santa Cruz, CA.
Dr. Mosupyoe is an expert on mediation and interest-based negotiation, conflict resolution and civil society’s role in mitigating and resolving conflicts. Mosupyoe addressed Africa’s unique contribution to the growing appreciation of mediation and conflict resolution methodologies and ethics in addressing regional and world problems. Her presentation included various South African case studies. Dr. Mosupyoe also serves on the Advisory Board of Global Majority in Monterey. She is a native of Tshwane, South Africa, received her PhD from UC Berkeley, and has published on a broad range of subjects, including Pan Africanism, ethnic studies, and “Mediation of Patriarchy and Sexism by Women in South Africa.”
Sandino Gomez of the RCNV introduces Bill Monning who introduces Boatamo Mosupyoe. The last file is the Q and A segment of the evening.
Bill Monning, potential CA Assembly candidate if Prop. 93 fails, introduces Boatamo. She serves on the International Advisory Board for Global Majority, a group Bill helped found with Graduate Students from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, where he teaches mediation and conflict resolution.
Boatamo spoke for about 45 minutes.
The questions have been digitally amplified for you listening convenience. Please excuse the hiss but its the best we could do. :-)