"Africa could be the best place on earth, but instead our best and brightest minds are leaving the continent in their millions." So says June Arunga, a 22-year-old Kenyan law student who's facing the same dilemma. Should she stay or should she go?
To find an answer to that question, June embarked on a 5000-mile, six-week, soul-searching journey, travelling the length of Africa through Egypt, Sudan, Congo, Angola, Namibia and, finally, South Africa. Six conflict-riven countries that span the continent – from Cairo to Cape Town – and comprise "The Devil’s Footpath".
After six weeks June arrives in Cape Town – angry at the continent′s leaders, proud of everyday Africans and very confused. Can Desmond Tutu, one of Africa′s most respected statesmen, help June decide whether there is a future for her in Africa?
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Three DVD"s recorded from seminars between 2000 and 2004.
International Freedom Voices, three young women share their experiences growing up in Hungary, Kenya, and Argentina.
Dr. Russell Sobel of West Virginia University talks about Eight Economic Principles in his presentation at the 2004 Free the World Seminar (Independent School in Wichita, Kansas). Russell Sobel is coauthor of the leading economics textbook, Economics: Public & Private Choice.
The late Paul Heyne was a popular lecurer in Economics at the University of Washington. Teaching Economics by Telling Stories was recorded at one of his seminars.
This Homeschool Debate Series features Mike and Mary Winther of Modesto Debate (Institute for Principle Studies). Examples are used from the 2005-2006 Medical debate topic.