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Three Day Symposium Indigenous African Spiritual Traditions
Toward a unifying dialogue on African indigenous spirituality



CONFIRMED PRESENTERS



WORLDVIEW ~ FAMILY & COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT ~ RITUAL AND PRACTICE
 

Symposium on Indigenous African Spiritual Traditions
Confirmed Presenters as of February 25, 2006

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Aweshe Wanda Abendola, Yoruba Priestess, (Dr. Pamela Wynn) Bloomsberg University

Hannibal Ahmed, Better Family Life, Inc.

Leslie Ahmed, Anu-View

Maashtamm Amen, Queen Mother, Ausar Auset Society

Ra Un Nefer Amen, Founder, Ausar Auset Society

Sunyatta Amen, Veg Soul

Khepere Anu, Veg Soul

Nana Kwabena Brown

Nana Esi Dinizulu, Akan Chief Priestess, Onipa-Abusia

Kambon Camara

Constance Coburn, Dagara Harlem Village

Darmone Holland, Voudon and Congolese Priestess

Kamau Kokayi, MD, WBAI Host, Global Medicine Review

Faybiene Miranda, Olive Leaf

Iyalorisa Oseye Mchawi, Yoruba Priestess, Omo Obatala Egbe

Sangoma Sibongile Nene, Sangoma African Spirituality Source

James Small, Association for the Study of Classical African Civilization

Dr. Malidoma Patrice Somé, Author, Of Water & the Spirit

Amensa Shep Teker, House of Ngolo

Nana Camille Yarbrough




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