Commemorative Fulbright Briefcase
Kano, Nigeria 2006
Named after a freshman U.S. senator from Arkansas, the Fulbright Program is a prestigious international educational exchange program supported both by Congress and partner foreign nations. More than 1,000 Nigerians have participated in the Fulbright program over the years. This commemorative briefcase is from a Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria conference in February 2006 at Bayero University in Kano (northern Nigeria).
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