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Synonyms for Bunche

United States diplomat and United Nations official (1904-1971)

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As ridiculous as it may sound, the exchanges between the African-American Bunche, the first Black Nobel laureate, and the Pan-African nationalist Lumumba were riven with strong racist undertones.
What we've found for three years running now is that audiences prefer content that looks like America," says Darnell Hunt, lead author of the study, director of the Bunche Center, and professor of sociology at UCLA.
Bold words and with a sizeable element of truth, as Bunche, Urquhart and their successors demonstrated in a large number of successful and largely forgotten peacekeeping interventions - in the Lebanon, in Cyprus, in Sinai and Namibia, in El Salvador, Iran/Iraq, in Cambodia and Macedonia and, more recently, in Liberia and the Congo once again (before the UN fighters arrived).
Ralph Bunche, who was born in Detroit, became the first African American to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
Franklin Frazier, political scientist Abraham Bunche, economist Abraham Harris, and the University of Chicago-trained sociologist Oliver C.
The breakfast meeting attendees included WNA District #13 members, 17 nursing students from Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, State Senator Sheila Harsdorf and Marge Bunche, representing Sen.
Bunche Center for African American Studies, and the Chicano Studies Research Center.
After Israel's Declaration of independence in May, 1948, followed four months later by the appointment of African American Ralph Bunche, previously secretary of the Palestine Peacekeeping Commission, to succeed assassinated Count Folke Bernadette, Du Bois concentrated his fire not on the Stern Gang but on the Truman Administration and "the apparent apostasy" of Bunche--"the grandson of slaves"--for not being pro-Zionist.
As early as 1951, Bunche gave a speech at the National War College in Washington, declaring the solidarity with the Palestinian people: "The real victims of this whole conflict--and they have been successfully at each stage more victimized--have been the Arabs of Palestine" (Bunche, 1970).
Weiss is Presidential Professor of Political Science at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York and Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies.
Stoney, who began his professional career as a freelance writer, worked as a field assistant to Ralphe Bunche in 1940 and served as a photo intelligence officer during World War II.
I widened my focus in 1947, at the age of 15, from mainly studying wartime and postwar Europe, when I decided to follow Ralph Bunche into a diplomatic career.
One of them featured about 20 prominent African American leaders, including United Nations diplomat Ralph Bunche and acclaimed photographer Gordon Parks.