Our Mission
SEALLF aims to promote the study, teaching, research and overall sustainable development of African languages and literatures. It provides a platform for strengthening the teaching of African languages and literatures in the southeastern region of the United States.
SEALLF’s specific goals include:
A) Promoting the interconnectedness of African languages, literatures, and cultures through,
B) The teaching, research and study of African languages,
C) Opening the doors to collaborative work between scholars and institutions,
D) Affirming the scholarly and cultural connections with the African continent by sharing of resources and expertise
E) Creating a sustainable relationship with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and Community Colleges (CC) by promoting teaching and research on African languages, literatures, linguistics, and cultures in these institutions.

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Focus on What We Do Best
Apart from classroom teaching, students get to visit different countries on the African continent. They experience the language first-hand and return as better global citizens.

Relationships
We help create a sustainable relationship with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and Community Colleges (CC) by promoting teaching and research on African languages, literatures, linguistics, and cultures in these institutions. Come and be a part of us

 

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Make it Yours...
All learners and teachers are invited. You are cordially invited to join us.

What We Offer!
We hold annual conferences.
We encourage creative thinking.
We publish proceedings of our conferences.
We are good at networking and support.

Key Concerns
Teaching of all African languages is our greatest concern:
We teach languages.
We live the cultures.
We open new windows to the world.