Here is a place to store information and provide a forum for communication among people working on worthy projects in Mother Africa.

This first African project to be advanced on these pages is Hope in Tanzania.

Here’s what I am sending to professors connecting ecology with religion across the planet this week:

A young American and emerging planetary citizen named Ryan Scaife has worked 3 years to create the following project that is a natural fit for “eco-retreats” and “humanitarian sabbaticals.”

http://www.hopeintanzania.com

More at…

http://milwaukeerenaissance.com/HopeInTanzania/HomePage

Ryan has recently discovered Milwaukee’s vanguard urban farmer, Will Allen and his Growing Power team.

http://growingpower.org/

http://milwaukeerenaissance.com/GrowingPower/HomePage

We welcome scholars and scholar activists to some on-line brainstorming around the concept urban farming, sustainable development, and eco-retreats.

Sincerely,

Godsil
http://milwaukeerenaissance.com/Main/IntroducingAnOn-LineMagazineAndMovementResource

Wisdom of Old Africa This section starts with some quotations I wrote down while visiting the National Museum of African Art, at the Smithsonian Institution

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