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SAN FRANCISCO, California - Paul Saxton, U.S. Africa Command's director for Outreach (right), leads a panel discussion at the 53rd Annual Africa Studies Association (ASA), November 18-21, 2010. The panel was comprised of members and a former member of U.S. AFRICOM's Social Science Research Center. Also pictured are Dr. Chris Varhola, Liza Briggs, Jessica Lee, and Maureen Farrell. ASA is an association of scholars and professionals in the United States and Canada with an interest in the continent of Africa. Founded in 1957, ASA is the leading organization of African studies in North America. (U.S. AFRICOM photo by Auda Martinez)
SAN FRANCISCO, California - Paul Saxton, U.S. Africa Command's director for Outreach (right), leads a panel discussion at the 53rd Annual Africa Studies Association (ASA), November 18-21, 2010. The panel was comprised of members and a former member of U.S. AFRICOM's Social Science Research Center.  Also pictured are Dr. Chris Varhola, Liza Briggs, Jessica Lee, and Maureen Farrell.  ASA is an association of scholars and professionals in the United States and Canada with an interest in the continent of Africa. Founded in 1957, ASA is the leading organization of African studies in North America.  (U.S. AFRICOM photo by Auda Martinez)
SAN FRANCISCO, California - Paul Saxton, U.S. Africa Command's director for Outreach (right), leads a panel discussion at the 53rd Annual Africa Studies Association (ASA), November 18-21, 2010. The panel was comprised of members and a former member of U.S. AFRICOM's Social Science Research Center. Also pictured are Dr. Chris Varhola, Liza Briggs, Jessica Lee, and Maureen Farrell. ASA is an association of scholars and professionals in the United States and Canada with an interest in the continent of Africa. Founded in 1957, ASA is the leading organization of African studies in North America. (U.S. AFRICOM photo by Auda Martinez)
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