Rev. Sullivan readies `Summit' meet in Senegal, May 1

January 1995
New York Amsterdam News;1/21/95, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p28
Reports on Reverend Leon Howard Sullivan's announcement that the next African/African-American Summit will be held in Dakar Senegal, West Africa on May 1 to 5, 1995. Emphasis on democracy, ethnic and tribal cooperation; Selection of venue and date by the summit presidential executive committee; Follow-up activities; Contact information for reservations.


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