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A Meeting of Cultures at MoMA

A group of French Heritage students from Bronx International High School set out for the Museum of Modern Art last Thursday, where they found more than the works of legendary modern artists. Also visiting the MoMA that day was a large class of seniors from the Lycée Français de Bamako, in Mali.

The Little Prince and the Struggle for Children’s Rights

This past March was dedicated to Francophonie in the United States and looking into the various ways it has impacted Americans and the rest of the world. In honor of the occasion, the New York Public Library invited a number of esteemed panelists from various United Nations organizations to participate in The Little Prince Day Conference on Friday 28 March.

Stage de formation pour les professeurs de français: s'initier à l'enseignement du français des affaires

19 - 23 Mai, 2014
Ohio University
[FRENCH] Les Services Culturels de l'Ambassade de France aux États-Unis en partenariat avec Ohio University proposent un stage pédagogique animé par la Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie Paris - Ile de France dans le domaine du français des affaires aux professeurs de l'enseignement supérieur.

Wébinaires pédagogiques

Wébinaire n°4 : jeudi 17 avril 2014, de 15h30 à 17h00 (EST) / Formateur du CLA : Jean-Marie Frisa / Thème proposé : « Enseigner le socioculturel »

Call for Applications: Youth Francophone Parliament of North America

[FRENCH] Parlement francophone des jeunes des Amériques (PFJA)

My Culture, Your Culture

How do you identify yourself? Are you American? French? Mexican? Latino? African? Haitian? Canadian? Quebecois? As the world becomes increasingly integrated and interconnected, cultural identity has taken on new meaning and importance. The ability to understand our own culture and the cultural heritage of others is essential for our shared humanity. It is also a powerful asset in a world that is increasingly more interconnected and competitive.

Francophone Students Get an Insider’s Tour of the International Culinary Institute

On Tuesday 11 February, French Heritage students from Manhattan International High School and the International High School at Union Square were invited to visit the International Culinary Center and attend an exclusive demonstration by two renowned master chefs: Hervé Malivert and Pierre Thiam.

Is French an Important Language?

It all started with our fundraiser’s kick-off party last December.

Mois de la Francophonie 2014: Writing contest on human rights, children's rights and Le Petit Prince

2013 marked the 70th anniversary of the publication of Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. In the wake of this celebration, the FHLP, in partnership with the Succession Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, organizes a writing contest on human rights, children's rights and Le Petit Prince, for high school students in NYC.

French Heritage Students Shine on Stage

Francophone students from across New York City, and from as far away as San Francisco, converged on the Lycée Français de New York last Friday night for the school’s annual theatre festival, Première Scène.

NY Times: A Push for French in New York Schools, From France

The French dual-language program is "booming" in throughout New York City according to an article in today's New York Times. Of course, if you've been reading Frenchculture.org or living near any of the eight programs around the city, this comes as no surprise.
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