River Cities Anthropological Society was formed to promote anthropology among Washington State University Vancouver students and local community members. Students and faculty participate in organizing lectures, social activities and field trips. The society also sponsors a lecture series on campus. For more information, contact Barry Hewlett (360) 546-9449.
This project aims to support formal education systems for rural forest peoples in Central Africa. The current fund-raising effort aims to build a school and hire a teacher for a year for the Aka forest foragers (also known as "pygmies") of the Central African Republic. The project was established by the River Cities Anthropological Society at Washington State University Vancouver. If you have any questions about the Aka or this project, please contact Professor Barry Hewlett (360) 546-9449.
Vancouver Roots & Shoots, a program from the Jane Goodall Institute, is aimed at making positive change happen for our communities, for animals, and for the environment.