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FW: Request for Participation


From: Lawrence A. Parker (occti)
Date: Mon Aug 21 2000 - 06:34:50 PDT

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    I'm forwarding this to the list because of the comment highlighted in Red
    under "Afrinab Ghana". Perhaps some of you could make use of this
    connection. - Larry

    -----Original Message-----
    From: African -North American Bridge [afrinabghana]
    Sent: Monday, August 21, 2000 6:47 AM
    To: occti
    Cc: wofaampadu
    Subject: Request for Participation

      Mr. Larry Parker,
      Executive Director
      Ohio Center For Critical Thinking
      Akron Ohio,
      U.S.A

    Dear Mr. Parker,

    My name is Efo Kodjo Mawugbe. I serve as the Executive Director of
    AFRICAN-NORTH AMERICAN BRIDGE (Ghana). Mr. Isaac Osei-Ampadu of Nonviolence
    International gave me your information and recommended your forthcoming
    training workshops on Alternatives to violence and a meeting of Minds to me.

    Furthermore, we are interested in sending a delegate to take part in the
    program. Please let me know if there is still a space available to allow for

    our participation.

    Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

    Sincerely,

    Efo Kodjo Mawugbe
    Executive Director
    Afrinab Ghana.

    The following is a brief summary of Afrinab Ghana

    AFRICAN-NORTH AMERICAN BRIDGE, an international not -for- profit
    organization committed to the promotion of bilateral understanding between
    Africa and North America via a variety of educational and cultural exchanges

    and support of artistic initiatives. Today, the information technology
    sector seems to have significantly broken down almost every barrier of
    distance among people and places. This situation has given rise to an
    expanding economic interaction and co-operation between governments and
    among nations without a corresponding expansion in the understanding of the
    cultures of these trading partners.
    The role of cultural interaction in making the world a better place for all
    mankind cannot be over-emphasized.
    The AFRICAN-NORTH AMERICAN BRIDGE is set up to strengthen the already
    existing ties between Africa and North America by way of cultural exchanges.

    We therefore recognize the need to encourage the construction of cultural
    bridges among the people of Africa and North American as a way of making
    this World a better place for ourselves and generations yet unborn.

    Mr. Efo Mawugbe



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