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Africa: AfricaKnows Project

Erik discusses AfricaKnows Project: “AfricaKnows is a new project by TED Fellows Josh Wanyama and Sheila Ochugboju. Their job: to tell a different story of Africa, through big pictures that let you see directly into the heart of African cities.”

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  • Michael Grigas

    Greetings from USA! Saw your new blog”AfricaKnows”. I am interested in future posts-I would like to contribute. I have an interest in South Africa and Mocambique. Can contribute posts on issues like Christianity in Africa, legacy of apartheid, urbanization and effects on tribal cultures. You can sample some of my blogs at ‘theinnovator2010.blogspot.com.’ I am still a novice but am well read on these issues.Thank you for your time! Ciao,Mike

    • Hello Michael. Please send me an email from Africa Knows or you can reach me on Twitter @africaknows or @wanyama so we can talk more on how you can help us. Thanks.

      • Mike Grigas

        Hello Joshua, Thanks for your response, I am excited about the opportunity to join your team. I have an interest in South Africa and Mocambique. I have not traveled to those countries but am well read on their histories and cultures. What type of articles are you looking for? Maybe I could send you a sample article. Look forward to your reply. Sincerely, Mike Grigas

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