Association of Concerned Africa Scholars

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Founded in 1977 at a national conference on Southern Africa at Michigan State University, the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars (ACAS) is a group of scholars and students of Africa dedicated to formulating alternative analyses of Africa and U.S. government policy, developing communication and action networks between the peoples and scholars of Africa and the United States, and mobilizing support in the United States on critical, current issues related to Africa. The organization still operates, and publishes ACAS Bulletin.

From the description of Association of Concerned Africa Scholars papers. 1977-<2001> (Michigan State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 85871586

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