The Bogota Update

Disclaimer: The materials featured in this blog are not the opinions of U. S. Department of State, the United States government or the Fulbright Commission. ***

The Blacktino Connection’s Stephanie Claytor has been selected to work as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Bogota, Colombia at La Universidad de la Sabana for the upcoming 2010-2011 academic school year.

Throughout her time there, she will teach English at the University,  and get involved in the community around her, especially delivering the news to Americans back home concerning the Afro-Colombian community.

Stay tuned to her Bogota Update, as she gives you the latest scoop of what’s happening in Colombia.

Here is her pre-departure message.

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1 Comment

  1. Colombia Mi pais de los sueños guerreros por naturaleza, como colombiano somos am igueros rumberos .
    somos una nacion de amor una tierra llena de vida y de trabajo amo y vivo la cultura afrocolombina por su sabor por su son por su tumbao y el sabor de sus comidas Amo al pacifico colombiano aunque nunca estado en nuqui ni tumaco ni choco pero llevo el sabor en mi sangre de os profetas y Choqubtown grupos afrocoombianos y como unos de ellos dice colombia es mas que marihuana y cafe es una cultura rica y diversas en muchas areas imaginables y desconocidas y falta mucho mas por describir ……………..esta es mi nacion gozadera total .


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