Who Owns Africa?

"Who Owns Africa?" That is one of the questions to be posed at the Fifth Annual Dyer Lecture, given this year by author Regimius Kintu, and sponsored by the Africa Faith & Justice Network. Not only does the lecture promise to be bold, but the venue - Busboys & Poets - is very congenial. You can find out more information and register for the lecture by clicking here. The event is free, but donations are welcome and the good people at AFJN will always put your donations to good use!

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