Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History F342: Latin America, Evolution and Revolution (Fall 2016)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Richard Weiner

Panel

Ideals of Revolt and Revolution

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Deborah Bauer (History)

Brief Biography

Phylea Anderson is a senior at IPFW. She will be earning a degree in Communications with a concentration of interpersonal and organizational. Along with her B.A., she will also be receiving a certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS). Each of these disciplines has allowed her to see farther than the world she lives in and the people that surround her. Her biggest joy is volunteering for the annual Harambee Festival in Fort Wayne. Founded over 20 years ago by Phylea’s grandmother, it has enabled her to continue the legacy of goodwill and peace.

Start Date

11-2-2017 10:00 AM

End Date

11-2-2017 11:20 AM

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Phylea Anderson is a senior at IPFW. She will be earning a degree in Communications with a concentration of interpersonal and organizational. Along with her B.A., she will also be receiving a certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS). Each of these disciplines has allowed her to see farther than the world she lives in and the people that surround her. Her biggest joy is volunteering for the annual Harambee Festival in Fort Wayne. Founded over 20 years ago by Phylea’s grandmother, it has enabled her to continue the legacy of goodwill and peace.