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Title: Africa Yetu: Our Africa
Authors: Goussikindey, Eugene
Keywords: Africa and Madagascar
African Jesuits
Marcel Matungulu Otene
Ivory Coast
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Roma: The General Curiae of the Society of Jesus, 2003.
Citation: Intellectual Apostolate. Translated by William Russell
Series/Report no.: Jesuit Year Book, 2003;p.110-11
Abstract: From May 25th to May 30th of 1998, Jesuits from Africa and Madagascar met at Bingerville in the Ivory Coast to reflect on the relevancy of African and Madagascan cultures on Jesuit life and mission. While discussing questions of formation and mission in Africa and Madagascar, an earlier notion resurfaced: the need for a publication which would present an Africa other than that of marginalization. Out of these meetings AFRIKA YETU was born and took on momentum.......
Description: The cultural baggage which each of us carries on his shoulders conditions the interpretation of cultures and situations beyond our direct experience.... To interpret the immense African continent - we know is an almost insuperable challenge. Our young African Jesuits have taken upon themselves to offer us in their newly founded review - YETU - an analysis of the joys, pains, and hopes of the continent they feel in their own flesh....
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