Community Board Chair Tremaine Wright was present at the ceremony, which took place at Boys and Girls High School, as the South African coach, Llewelyn Syce, of Monument Park High School watched via Skype.
“Globalization isn’t something that happens out there, it’s also taking place in our neighborhoods,” said Solomon Debate League Founder Michael White. “With this program we are experiencing change now.”
These debates will be held throughout May and June, culminating with the World Leaders Cup, when teams travel from abroad to participate in the 2015 Mind Games, July 8-11, tentatively hosted at Medgar Evers College and Seton Hall University.
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