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Monday, 30 May 2005

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kupong

ITS NORMAL for hungry people to fight for food .that is why the hotel was full.

Peter Aka

It seems that in Cameroon, once a Minister, always a Minister. That explains why Dr. Abety thinks that he is still a memeber of Government. It also explains why when Ministers are dismissed from their functions, they continue to sing praises to Biya hoping that one day they will be brought back into the 'fold'. Is it not highest time dismissed Ministers thought of a better thing to do? What a shame!!!

Peter
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Frderick Ebot Ashu


Africa Heritage Arts days
Victoria Square, Birmingham City Centre, B1 1BD
21st October 2006

12:00 pm – 20:00 pm


CAASS UK will be testing out new, innovative arts
activities to break down barriers by encouraging
Africans and other communities in Birmingham to
explore different African medium of self expression
could well improve the well being of the people in
Birmingham. This project will help increase the
profile of Africans in Birmingham and combating the
negative stereotypes amongst indigenous population
through performance art show/painting/music/ and drama
and dance. This project will feed into inclusion,
diversity, arts, and drama, music, citizenship
components of the national curriculum. This project
aim to attract eminent speakers/Artists to
debate/demonstrate areas not often broached with the
general audience and stimulates action. This event promise
to be a great day out for all families in Birmingham.


The true birth of African Arts civilization
For Further information or to take part in this event, please contact Frederick, development Director,
CAASS UK, 82 Finchley Road, Kingstanding,
Birmingham, B44 OJH
Tel: 0121 2497755, Fax: 0121 4106780,
Mobile: 07720431026, Email: caassuk@yahoo.co.uk
CAASS UK, Registered in England and Wales, Charity Number: 1104841


Frederick Ebot-Ashu

Mask Workshop

Monday 24th July – 26th July 2006 from

11.00am until 15.00pm

Painting Workshop with

Petra Rohr-Rouendaal

www.petraweb.net

Aston Academy,

99 Whitehead Road.

Contact: Mrs Paula Stoyle – 07949329111

Behind the mask: Faces of Africa presented by a group of asylum seeker/refugee students from 9 African nations will work together to produce a series of contemporary African masks depicting the thoughts, emotions and experiences behind the journeys from their country of origin to the UK.

The main aim of the workshop project is to create lasting intercultural bonds and to offer students a way of expressing the incredible pain and terrible loss they have suffered.

Exhibition

Africans Heritage Arts Day Celebration
Victoria Square, Birmingham City Centre,
B1 1BD
21st October 2006

12:00 pm – 20:00 pm
The True Birth of African Arts Civilization for the Celebration of Black History Month

For Further information or to take part in this event, please contact Frederick, development Director,

CAASS UK, 82 Finchley Road, Kingstanding,

Birmingham, B44 OJH

Tel: 0121 2497755, Fax: 0121 4106780,

Mobile: 07720431026, Email: caassuk@yahoo.co.uk

CAASS UK, Registered in England and Wales, Charity Number: 1104841

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