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So, Tanri Abeng conducted an inquiry in London and New York about the performance of Ispat and, right after he had obtained some positive information about it, he decided to sign the MoU.
To House Commission VII, Tanri Abeng disclosed that on 5 May 1998, chairman of Ispat International, Lakshmi N.
For the main character of Cliff's Abeng, a racially mixed Jamaican girl named Clare Savage, the Diary serves as a personal guidebook through which Clare comes to understand both her physical maturation into womanhood and her place in a society coping with a legacy of colonial oppression by the British.
Roland Abeng, a Cameroonian lawyer, is the vice-chair of the Africa Steering Committee of the American Bar Association and a member of the International Criminal Bar)
As soon as Archbishop Williams entered the door to the arena, he was greeted by a drum roll and the sound of an abeng, described in the order of service as "a horn which was blown by the Maroons during their long and eventually victorious struggle with the British in the early days of colonialism.
By Roland Abeng May 6, 2009 -- Following the indictment in March of Sudan's President Omer Al-Bashir by the International Criminal Court, and the fact that the rest of the court's cases involve crimes committed by Africans, one wonders how "international" the ICC is.
Organizing committee chief Tanri Abeng said thousands of delegates from 30 countries would attend the four-day meetings with the main focus on food, energy and financial security amid the global economic crisis.
Other titles that rated highly are Crick Crack, Monkey (1970) by Trinidadian writer Merle Hodge; Abeng (1984) by Jamaican author Michelle Cliff; and The Chosen Place, the Timeless People (1969) by Barbadian American novelist Paule Marshall.
We will see that Michelle Cliff's main character Clare Savage in Abeng and No Telephone to Heaven is both witness to the erased traumatic part of her Jamaican past (that is her maroon heritage, a heritage denied to her by her "white" father) and victim of that erasure as she is unable to know herself and her history until she begins to recuperate her mother's and her maroon people's genealogical memory.
In these instances, "black woman love" recalls the network of love and support between black women in Michelle Cliff' s Abeng (1984) and Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon (1977) and Beloved (1987).
John Abeng Deng, "the Dinka agreed that anyone doing oil work south of Khor Adar would be killed.