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MWF 8:00-8:50 9/29/08 African Religious Practices I found the seminar on Religious practices very interesting because I felt that the speakers were very knowledgeable and had experienced many things throughout their lives. I know that the main purpose of conducting this seminar was to inform people about some of the practices that go on in Africa. The first speaker that was at the conference was Baba Onabamiero Ogunleye, who spoke about The Building Character, an Ogun Shrine in Archer, FL. The second speaker was Jody Berman, who spoke about the man Yau Owusu Shangofemi, one of the first African Blacksmith’s careers in context. The last speaker was Ade Ofunniyin, who talked about initiations, “A transformative Experience.” Another reason that this conference was very interesting was what most of the audience members were wearing. Most people were wearing very Afro centric, very elaborate clothing. The first speaker Baba Onabamiero Ogunleye who spoke on The Building of Character.
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course PHY 101 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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