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Old 06-25-2002, 08:39 AM   #1
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(06-25-2002) Will G8 Back Africa's Initiative? - All Africa


A turning point in Africa's struggle for development could be reached at this week's summit meeting of the world's richest countries....

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Old 06-26-2002, 06:50 PM   #2
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G8 and raising awareness on dropping the debt

True, the G8 convention has begun.

There is something we can do amongst all of this grandoise meetings of the top finance ministers in the world.

Check out your local paper , or check out youtwo.net and find an article relating to the African debt issue. Send an response to the editorial seciton of the paper. You can find formulated responses at:

I just take the response, sort of change it around a bit to make it mine, after I read the article and send it off to letters to the editor.

The LA times had a commentary today and so did the Tampa Tribune. And these are just the papers that mentioned Bono!

So you know their out there.
The more aware the media is , the better chance there is of this cause reaching Congress in a bigger way.
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