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  Friday, May 27th
Thomalind Visits Vice President Solomon Berewa
Thomalind Visits Vice President Solomon Berewa
Anthropologist Joseph Opala Speaks With Vice President Solomon Berewa as Marian Alfred Looks On
Anthropologist Joseph Opala Speaks With Vice President Solomon Berewa as Marian Alfred Looks On
Thomalind Converses With Julliette Emmesiah After Meeting Vice President Berewa
Thomalind Converses With Julliette Emmesiah After Meeting Vice President Berewa
Thomalind Dances With Susu Tribal Dignitaries at the Naming Ceremony
Thomalind Dances With Susu Tribal Dignitaries at the Naming Ceremony
Thomalind Dances With Susu Yeliba at Naming Ceremony
Thomalind Dances With Susu Yeliba at Naming Ceremony
The Naming Ceremony Commences
The Naming Ceremony Commences
Thomalind Receives The Susu Name N'Mah Koya (Great Mother)
Thomalind Receives The Susu Name N'Mah Koya (Great Mother)
Thomalind Receives Gifts From Susu Tribal Dignitaries at the Naming Ceremony
Thomalind Receives Gifts From Susu Tribal Dignitaries at the Naming Ceremony
Anthropologist Joseph Opala Lectures at the US Embassy
Anthropologist Joseph Opala Lectures at the US Embassy
Freetown Players Perform at US Embassy
Freetown Players Perform at US Embassy
Ron Daise Performs a Song He Wrote in Honor of Priscilla's Homecoming, US Embassy, Freetown
Ron Daise Performs a Song He Wrote in Honor of Priscilla's Homecoming, US Embassy, Freetown
Thomalind Was Deeply Moved by Tonight's Performances
Thomalind Was Deeply Moved by Tonight's Performances
  




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