By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
16th August 2019
The Biafra genocide exhibition – Project Ozoemena (Never Again) – seems to be causing a stir in the intellectual scene as two professors from Kansas City, USA, sacrifice their other important schedules to participate in the historic event. The two intellectual giants – Professor Pamela M. Louis-Walden and Professor Ewa Unoke – arrived in London in the early hours of Friday.
Professor Pamela M. Louis-Walden is a retired professor of English Arts at Kansas City Kansas Community College. She had her curriculum development in American Folklore Studies, African American Literature, and English for Students of Other Languages. She later became pioneer Director of the KCKCC Honours Education program and a founding member of the KCKCC childcare school. After her retirement, Walden took up a volunteer work at KCKCC which includes (1) the development of a 7 plot heirloom garden designed to tell the history of Kansas Local County from prehistory to 1920, and (2) serving as the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Henry Louis Center for Global Transition Justice.
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The second professor, Ewa Unoke, is a Biafran veteran soldier. Unoke is a professor and coordinator of Political Science and Pre-Law Programs at Kansas City Kansas Community College. He has won several academic awards including Henry Louis Excellence in Teaching Award (2019), Harriet Tubman “A triumph of the Spirit” Freedom Award (March 2019), and Legend of Diversity Award (2018).
The two American professors are among the many academic luminaries gracing the occasion. IPOB family in UK is jubilant over their arrival and welcomes them with open arms. The world waits patiently to hear from them.
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