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AFRIK-IT November 2000

Subject:

Re: check this

From:

Ghislain <[log in to unmask]>

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Ghislain <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 13 Nov 2000 10:13:23 -0500

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Hi,

This is sound to be a very encouraging idea, I will put your website Link on
my FrontPage in the section: "Up with Africa", Please check out and tell me
if I should add any pertaining comment about it!

Please visit: http://www.jamboweb.com


Lukama Ntale
Jamboweb team
----- Original Message -----
From: "Denis" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2000 4:09 AM
Subject: Re: check this


> Please tell me more about, because we didn't establish a link with the
> famine in Ethiopa. The kayak expedition is a positive way to create
contact
> with people and to signify that if you can go from Geneva to South Africa
> with a small boat, the planet is a small place we have to learn to share.
> Our website is not completed now, it is true that the help section is not
up
> yet, it is a pitty , you still can download an diseminate Denis'message.
> Check again for the progresses and tell me.
> Thank you
> HélèneVersion francaise suit
> Version en castellano mas abajo
>
> Groupe Thémis is conducting a project, which is  designed to promote
public
> awareness of the upcoming  U.N. World Conference Against Racism,
Xenophobia
> and Intolerance.  Mary Robinson, the High Commissioner for Human Rights
> wishes to make this conference a "people's conference".  We invite you to
> visit  www.kayak-africa.net and take part in the discussion forum, link
your
> site to ours, and send this invitation to your community.
>
> www.kayak-africa.net documents the solo kayak voyage from the World Social
> Summit in Geneva to the World Conference Against Racism, Xenpphobia and
> Intolerance in South Africa.  The kayak is delivering a message of
tolerance
> and respect to the people.  The message can be downloaded in PDF, from
> www.kayak-africa.net/pdf/petition_denisjones-gb.PDF
>  or can be sent to you in Arabic and Spanish by fax, upon request.
>
> We ask you to download the message and distribute it.  The goal is to
> deliver 10,000,000 signed messages to the world conference.  The goal can
be
> met only with your participation.
>
> If you wish to translate the message into any other language, we will post
> it on the website.
>
>
> News:  The kayak was lost in a storm in the Atlantic off the west coast of
> Morrocco.  The paddler was rescued by fishermen, who returned him to
Tanger.
> He returned to Europe to get another boat. He is again in morrocan waters
> now, he left Tanger on November 9 and reached Asila. Now he is between
> Asilah and Rabat.
>
> Groupe Themis mène un projet qui est destiné à sensibiliser l'opinion
> publique à la Conférence Mondiale des Nations Unies contre le Racisme qui
> aura lieu en Afrique du Sud en septembre 2001. Un kayakiste a quitté
Genève
> le 30 juin 2000 et se rend en soltaire en Afrique du Sud au lieu de la
> Conférence. Cette conférence doit être celle de tous, dit Mme Robinson,
Haut
> Commissaire des Nations Unies aux Droits de l'Homme. Un site web
> www.kayak-africa.net donne des nouvelles de l'avancée du kayakiste, son
> journal, ses photos; vous pouvcz aussi participer à un forum à travers le
> site, entrer en relations avec d'autres, connecter votre site au nôtre.
>
> Tout au long de sa route, le kayakiste délivre un message de fraternité
dont
> il veut apporter 10 millions d'exemplaires signés à la Conférence. Signez
> son message, aidez-nous à le diffuser ! Vous pouvez l'obtenir de
> www.kayak-africa.net/pdf/petition_denisjones.PDF
> Il peut vous être envoyé par fax en arabe et en espagnol sur demande.
>
> Traduisez le message dans votre langue et nous l'incorporerons au site
web.
> MERCI
>
> Les dernières nouvelles : le kayak a été perdu dans une tempête sur les
> côtes marocaines de l'Atlantique. Le kayakiste a été secouru par des
> pêcheurs qui l'ont ramené à Tanger. Il est retourné en Europe pour se
> procurer un nouveau bateau. Il est reparti de Tanger le 9 novembre et
arrivé
> à Asilah, il se trouve maintenant en route pour Rabat.
>
> El Grupo Themis està llevando a cabo un proyecto, que està destinado a
> sensibilizar a la opinion puùblica de cara a la Conferencia Mundial de las
> Naciones Unidas Contra el Racismo, la Xenofobia y la Intolerancia, que
> tendrà lugar en Sudàfrica en Septembre del 2001. Unkayakista ha dejado
> Ginebra el 30 del Junio del 2000 y acudirà en solitario a Sudafrica al
lugar
> de la Conferencia. Este Conferencia debe ser la de todos, dice la Sra
> Robinson, Alto Comisiona de las Naciones Unidas para los Derechos Humanos.
> Un sitio web nos informa de las novedades del avance del kayakista, su
> diario, sus fotos, y podeis también participar en un forum a través de
dicha
> pàgina, y entrar en relcion con otras personas, y conectar vuestro sitio
al
> nuestro.
> A lo largo de toda su ruta, el kayakista expide un messaje de fraternidad
> del que el quiere aportar 10 millones de ejemplares firmados a la
> Conferencia. Firma su mensaje, y ayudanos a difundirlo! Lo podreis obtener
> de www.kayak-africa.net/pdf/petition_denisjones.PDF
> Os puede ser enviado por fax en arabe y en castellano, si asi lo pedis.
> Traducid el message de solidaridad a vuestro idioma y asi podremos
> incorporarlo al sitio webb. MUCHAS GRATIAS
>
> Las ultimas novedades:  el kayak se ha perdido en una tormenta cerca de la
> costa Atlanticas de Marruecos. El kayakista ha sido rescatado por unos
> pescadores que lo han llevado a Tanger. El ha vuelto a Europa, par
conseguir
> un kayak nuevo. Ahora, el continue su viaje de Tanger a Rabat.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Alemayehu Molla" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Friday, November 10, 2000 7:14 PM
> Subject: Re: check this
>
>
> > I check the site, not in detail though- because i couldn't move beyond
the
> > first page and the you can help section. I oppose in strongest terms the
> > link you established  with the Famine in Ethiopia. I don't know your
> > intentions and i refrain from any hasty statements. But establishing a
> link to
> > the world vision site with a sensitive description and using the problem
> in the
> > part of my country to attract hits is a despicable act.
> >
> > You and i know that World Vision is a multilateral organization serving
a
> > variety of interests and infact it is not different from Care. But for
> some
> > reason you presented it as if it is there to help Ethiopia only. I urge
> you to
> > correct this immediately.
> >
> > Also we Africans do not need sites that continually paint afropessimism.
> > Such pages are biquitously  littered on the net. What we need is sites
> that
> > show to anybody who has the appetite to see that Africa is not all evil
> and
> > there are a lot of good things happening in Africa that worths internet
> > attention. In short, sites that not only remind us the killings,
famines,
> > diseases, wars, draughts, etc.,  but those that also promote the good
> > and beautiful sides of Africa.
> >
> > Regards
> > Alemayehu
> >
> >  Date:          Fri, 10 Nov 2000 10:15:33 -0500
> > Reply-to:      Ghislain <[log in to unmask]>
> > From:          Ghislain <[log in to unmask]>
> > Organization:  The Associated Blind, Inc.
> > Subject:       check this
> > To:            [log in to unmask]
> >
> > Hi Guys, check this site out and le me know what you think:)
> >
> > http://www.jamboweb.com
> >
> > Lukama Ntale Ghislain
> >
> > The Associated Blind, Inc.
> > 110 William Street, 9th Floor
> > New York, New York 10038
> > Tel:(212) 766-6800 ext. 131
> > Fax:(212) 766-6809
>

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