Happy new year! This is an opportunity for only those who’ve booked to attend the You Are African/The African Or Black Question event on Jan. 20 2012, as that’s where the winners of this mixed bag of goodies can receive their prizes!
Entry is only be email, and you must add your name. You can enter more than one competition. Competition closes Jan. 19 2012. Hint: All the questions are from ‘African Voices: Quotations By People Of African Descent’ book.
Question 1: (Opportunity to win Proud To Be African T shirt from Chidi of Proud To Be African clothing)
Who said: “We are Africans, and we happen to be in America. We are not Americans. We are a people who formerly were Africans who were kidnapped and brought to America”?
Question 2: (Opportunity to win a copy of ‘African Voices: Quotations By People Of African Descent’ book by Kwaku & Ms Serwah published by BTWSC)
Who said: “Wake up Africa! Let us work towards the one glorious end of a free, redeemed and mighty nation. Let Africa be a bright star among the constellation of nations”?
Question 3: (Opportunity to win a copy of ‘Marcus Garvey: A biography’ book by Eric L Huntley published by Bogle-L'Ouverture Press)
Who said: “All people of African descent are African, whether they live in North or South America, the Caribbean, or any part of the world are Africans and belong to the African nation”?
Question 4: (Opportunity to win a copy of ‘Voice From Afar: A Ghanaian Experience’ available from BTWSC)
Who said: “For us Africans, literature must serve a purpose: to expose, embarrass, and fight corruption and authoritarianism. It is understandable why the African artist is utilitarian”?
Prizes to be collected at the You Are African/The African Or Black Question event on Jan. 20 2012, 6-8.30pm @ Westminster City Hall. Please note that event is free, but pre-booking is essential. BTWSC & Bogle L’Ouverture books and cards will be on sale