WE CAN, G-CAN ...COUMBA GAWLO,

SOWTEO:

 

Our Friend, Supporter, Senegalese Supreme Songstress, and UN Goodwill Ambassador Coumba Gawlo, headlines our WE CAN, G-CAN page for Global Cooperation Africa with her poignant track,  SOWETO!
1986...

At 14, Coumba won won the contest "Golden voice of Senegal" in Blaise Senghor Cultural Center with a song called Soweto written by her father in honor of Nelson Mandela and genuine cry against apartheid .

 THE IRISH KNOW ABOUT FAMINE.... POVERTY, AND STRUGGLE. READ  MORE BY CLICKING ON  THE HISTORIC PORTRAIT BELOW:

 THE FASCINATING STORY ABOUT, HOW IN 1847, OKLAHOMA'S  CHOCTAW INDIANS  RAISED THE EQUIVALENT OF 68,000 EUROS FOR THE IRISH FAMINE...THEN HOW THE IRISH AND CHOCTAW WORKED TOGETHER TO RAISE $700,000 FOR AFRICA IN THE 1990's - 

 

Follow the arrow to the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Prof. Liz Greenwell's ongoing Mayoral Support, and continued City Corporation support  from her birthplace....Kilkenny, Ireland.

The Supportive Three Mayors of Kilkenny are: 

 

Paul Cuddihy cheering the Kilkenny Hurling Team. Hurling is a 3000-year-old Gaelic sport, unique to Ireland, and Kilkenny have often won the championships.....

...David Fitzgerald  introduces Kilkenny Gospel Choir Festival....

 

and Malcolm Noonan campaigns for the Green Party Leadership....

 

 

We are delighted to count the New Orleans-South Africa Connection (NOSACONN) amongst our new  friends(click on arrow).......

NOSACONN- New Orleans Arts in Education in Partnership, Aulnay, France.

We are delighted with the friendship and support of REV. DR. ALVIN McKINNEY, a virtuoso musician, teacher. The Prime Minister of Joyful Jazz, whose music and ministry have touched hearts throughout the USA, the African continent and the world. 

 

 

AFRO-CELT MUSIC WITH SINEAD O'CONNOR.....

N, France

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