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AUGUST

August 17-19, 2000
National Association of Investors     Corporation Annual Conference
and Exposition
Philadelphia
Contact: Wendy Lathrope
Phone: (856) 988-6560
Web: www.better-investing.org

August 20-24, 2000
American Chemical Society
220th National Meeting
Washington
Phone: (800) 227-5558
Fax: (202) 872-6128
E-mail: cc-pruitt@acs.org
Web: www.acs.org


SEPTEMBER

September 9-10, 2000
National Council of Negro Women
National Black Family
Reunion Celebration
Washington
Contact: Shiba Freeman-Haley
Phone: (202) 737-0120
Fax: (202) 737-0476
E-mail: bfr@ncnw.com
Web: www.ncnw.com

September 11-13
Educational Technology and Telecommunications Markets
Annual Conference
“Ed NET 2000: Ground Zero for Knowledge and Networking”
Dallas
Contact: Vicki Smith-Bigham
Phone: (281) 866-9728
Fax: (281) 866-9729
E-mail: vicki@hellerreport.com
Web: www.hellerreports.com

September 13-16
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc. 30th Annual Legislative Conference
“Launching a Century of Equity & Empowerment: Tools for 2000”
Washington
Contact: Sheryl Jamison
Phone: (202) 675-6730
Fax: (202) 547-3806
E-mail: diradmin@cbcfonline.org
Web: www.cbcfonline.org

September 16, 2000
Bolinga Cultural Resource Center of Wright State University
8th Annual African American Women’s Think Tank
“Sister to Sister: A Journey to Personal Excellence”
Dayton, Ohio
Contact: Karen Townsend
Phone: (937) 775-5795
Fax: (937) 775-5645
E-mail: karen.townsend@wright.edu

September 17-20, 2000
Council for Opportunity in Education
“35 years in TRIO: A Success Story”
Washington
Phone: (202) 347-7430
Fax: (202) 347-0786
E-mail: mailbox@hqcoe.org
Web: www.trioprograms.org



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