March 28, 2003
University International Day to Focus on Middle East Crises;
New York Congressman Charles Rangel Highlights Day-Long
Discussions on War In Iraq on April 2 in Dickey Hall Auditorium
Congressman Charles Rangel (D-New York); Dr. Christian
Filostrat, former Minister Counselor of the U.S. Foreign
Service; Ivory V. Nelson, Ph.D., President, Lincoln
University; Karen Porter, Chester County (Pa.) Peace Movement;
Dr. Abdulalim Shabaaz, distinguished professor of Mathematics,
Lincoln University; Dr. Melvin Leaman, assistant professor
of Religion, Lincoln University; and Dr. Lawrence Davidson,
West Chester University.
The Lincoln University School of Social Sciences and Behavioral
Studies presents International Day. Conference
will focus on the crises in the Middle East.
Wednesday, April 2, 2003, 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Admission:
Free Congressman Charles Rangel panel from 1:30 p.m.-3:45
On the campus of Lincoln University, Dickey Hall Auditorium
1570 Baltimore Pike, Lincoln University, Pa. (Southern
Chester County, Pa.)
Government officials and foreign relations experts as
well as educator and student panels discussing their views
on the war in Iraq. The conference will be highlighted
by the participation of Congressman Charles Rangel
(D-New York) on an expert panel from 1:30 p.m.-3:45
p.m. In addition to Congressman Rangel, the 1:30 p.m.
panel discussion will include Dr. Christian Filostrat,
former Minister Counselor of the U.S. Foreign Service.
Dr. Anthony J. DiFillippo, professor of Sociology and
Anthropology, Lincoln University, will moderate the 1:30
University, the nations first historically black
university, is celebrating its sesquicentennial, or 150th
anniversary, between April 10, 2003 and May 2004. The
University is nationally recognized as a major producer
of African Americans with undergraduate degrees in the
physical sciences (biology, chemistry and physics) as
well as computer sciences.