Zambia

We were contacted by an intern from the U.N. about youth programs in Zambia.  They had programs for football, what we call soccer, but nothing else.  They asked whether we could help them start a youth program for chess. Of course, we said yes.  We managed to send them enough

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua We were contacted by a representative in the U.S. Embassy in Nicaragua about helping to start a program for kids. They had a teacher, but no equipment. We sent the equipment to the Embassy and they got it to the teacher. We are still in contact with the teacher.

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Uganda

We were approached through Facebook by a man from the Divine Chess Academe in Uganda. I had not heard of him or this program before, so I contacted Robert Katende to check him out. Robert was well known, one of his student’s was the basis for the movie “Queen of

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Episode 46: “The Chess Files: The Answers are Out There”

Episode 46 of “The Chess Files: The Answers are Out There” asks: how we can for a business-to-business community with non-chess businesses? We examine one method and ask for more ideas! Related posts: Episode 43 Chess Files The Answers are Out There with Abel Talamantez FM Craig Mar joins us

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Episode 45 The Koltanowski Conference

Episode 45 of “The Chess Files: The Answers are Out There” covers the 3rd International Kotlanowski Conference on Chess and Education. Our guests Al Lawrence and Beatriz Marinello tell us what it was like and what it was all about. Related posts: Episode 43 Chess Files The Answers are Out

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Paul Covington: “How do chess clubs become part of the larger community?”

Paul Covington, a part of both the Senior and Club committees for US Chess, joins us today to answer the question: “How do chess clubs become part of the larger community?” Related posts: Mechanics Chess Broadcast: Jim joins the conversation. Interview with 2021 Chess Educator of the Year Jerald Times

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