The Legacy of Ralph Bunche with James Dandridge II
Who was Ralph Bunche? On October 1, 2020, we speak to James Dandridge II, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Diplomacy Center Foundation, retired from the US State Department with the rank of Minister Counselor, who discusses the life and legacy of Ralph Bunche, American diplomat and 1950 Nobel Peace Prize winner for his peacekeeping efforts in the Middle East.You can find a copy of the transcript here: http://ralphbuncheinstitute.org/dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/The-Legacy-of-Ralph-Bunche.pdf
Lun 29/06/2020 - Sal 148 | Ralph Bunche | 3º Trim-1.3
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The life of Ralph Bunche, recently celebrated by the State Department as a Hero of US Diplomacy, as relayed by his grandson, Ralph Bunche III and UCLA professor Kal Raustiala. Bunche, academic, pathbreaker, civil rights activist, and early planner of the United Nations, handled crises occurring in the newly independent African nations and brokered the first armistice in the Middle East. He was the first African American to be awarded the Nobel Prize.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Ralph Bunche had a "poor and hard life," having lost both of his parents as a young child. But he was raised by his grandmother, a woman of principle, who taught Bunche the simple lessons that became the foundation of his beliefs. From Edward R. Murrow's 1950s This I Believe radio series. For more This I Believe programs, please visit thisibelieve.org
Rodney Hero, APSA President, presentation at the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute 2015
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute
The RBSI program concluded with an evening banquet at Parizade. The evening helped hallmark the conclusion of the RBSI program for the students and staff, providing the organizers a moment to celebrate the student's successful completion of the program. The President of the American Political Science Association, Rodney Hero, attended and provided final remarks and advice for the students. Perhaps most exciting for the students, the evening concluded with Dr. McClain providing the students their final grades and certificates of completion.
Peace Talks Radio: Ralph Bunche - Profile in Peace.
Peace Talks Radio
A conversational profile of Ralph Bunche - a sometimes overlooked African-American who excelled in the world of diplomacy. INFO: In the middle part of the 20th century, if there was a news story about a peacemaking mission around the globe, chances are it contained the name of African-American diplomat Ralph Bunche. A scholar of world affairs and race relations, Bunche was recruited from academia first into the U.S. State Department, then into the fledgling United Nations. He stepped boldly onto the world stage as a peace negotiator and advocate for the liberation of peoples of color from colonial rule. Along the way, he was targeted and cleared of communist allegations, criticized as a pawn of the white establishment, and ultimately heralded as a role model for all in human relations.Today on Peace Talks, a profile in peace featuring Ralph Bunche. We'll highlight just a few chapters from this remarkable life, and try to take away some lessons about peacemaking as we talk with Bunche's UN colleague and biographer Sir Brian Urquhart, William Greaves, a filmmaker who produced a PBS documentary on Bunche, Tonya Covington, a diversity trainer inspired by Bunche, and with Ralph Bunche Jr., son of the late Ralph Bunche.