day the poorest people in Africa spend $40 million repaying
old debts to the richest countries in the world . .
. and every day over 6,500 Africans die of HIV/AIDS
. . . as a result by the end of this decade there will
be over 25 million AIDS orphans in Africa . . . unless
we come together to stop the crises of Debt, AIDS and
Trade which keep Africans poor - You can join us in
the campaign to end the madness! Visit www.datadata.org
and find out how to get involved."
- Toby McKeehan In The
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One of the greatest track and field athletes of all time, Jesse Owens competed as a sprinter, a low hurdler, and a broad jumper. Born in Dnaville, Alabama, and educated at Ohio State university...