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Ndugu GBT'Ofori-Atta

Dr. Ndugu T'Ofori-Atta  (George B. Thomas) is Associate Professor of Missiology at Interdenominational Theological Center, founder and Director of the Religious Heritage of the African World (RHAW) project, and advisor to international students.  He was the designer and convenor of the First PanAfrican Christian Church Conference (PACCC I) and has organized two African Research Travel Seminars for students.  He is author of Young Black Adults: Liberation and Family Attitudes; and a contributor to Black Families In America: Teaching Our Children To Walk Tall, edited by Andrew Billingsley.  His most recent publications include: ChristKwanza, Catalogue of Documentations of Audio/Visual Resources (Project Interdocumentation) Archival/Contemporary, 1970-1993 and co-edited with Dr. Darius L. Swann, In The Spirit of Christ - One Humanity, One Struggle, One Hope: Pre-Conference Planning PACCC II papers, Accra, Ghana.

Dr. T'Ofori-Atta and Dr. Nedine browsing over some PACCC docements.

Working out some Agenda for the RHAW meeting
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