International Free Press

International Free Press

A new Electronic paper will launch on Aug. 15. The IFP - International Free Press will focus on stories, interviews and editorials that deal with Black groups and individuals on a global basis. Essentially, it will become a modern chronicle of the Black experience in the world today.

Writers and Editors from Africa, Asia, Europe and North America have come together to provide editorials, news stories, interviews, and other pieces; ranging from law, to dance, to science.

The articles will have particular relevance to the black community, but will provide interesting, and perhaps, thought provoking reading material for many others. You are all invited to subscribe and particpate in this new electronic endevour.


Subscription is FREE and will be widely distributed to e-mail accounts. To

subscribe send e-mail to:

with the word SUBSCRIBE in the body of your letter, e.g. I SUBSCRIBE.

Issues will be delivered to the subscriber on the 15th of each month.

*To unsubscribe, send mail with message saying, UNSUBSCRIBE.

To facilitate widest distribution, the paper will be in basic text format.
Later issues may also be published, side-by-side, which may contain graphics.

Archived issues may be found...after Aug. Send e-mail
message with HELP in body of message to:

**Feel free to copy, download, fax, or otherwise distribute the paper to
interested parties, as long as nothing is changed from the original**

__David Hosten__Publishing Editor__International Free Press_Electronic
____Department Of Mass Communications___University Of Ottawa__CAN____
//////Unless otherwise stated, comments made here are my own\\\\\\\\

Newsgroups: soc.culture.african
From: ao826@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (David A Hosten)
Subject: International Free Press
Organization: The National Capital FreeNet
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 1994 02:17:10 GMT

Editor: Ali B. Ali-Dinar
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