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dyorke (dyorke)
Thu, 13 Feb 97 20:04:10 -0000

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Dear Terry Barrett,
Earlier this month I read the article of which you spoke, (in your e-mail
to artsed net- Feb 11, 97,) "Ghanian Priests Still Taking Girls Into
Slavery." Like you, I was disturbed by what I read. After reading the
article, I talked with some friends who are members of the local Ghanian
community about what was written, I was told that the practice of ritual
slavery (described in this article,) is not common in Ghanan. The
statement that you quoted: "Slavery has long been and still is a part of
Ghanian culture," is sweeping and (in the words of the Ghanian people
that I talked to,

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