kete


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kete

(ˈkɛtɛ)
n, pl kete
(Crafts) NZ a basket woven from flax
[Māori]
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Molefi Kete Asante--arguably the nation's most recognized Afrocentric scholar--who has long advocated that the department that he chairs should have an African-centered identity.
According to Molefi Kete Asante, a prominent Africologist and creator of the first Ph.
A well-funded Maori health policy and research team must be restored at the Ministry of Health, which last year replaced its Maori policy unit Te Kete Hauora with a "solitary" chief adviser Maori health, with no budget, according to the report.
Molefi Kete Asante is a professor at Temple University who is well known for his works based on Afrocentricity, a cultural ideology that focuses on the history of black Africans and that rejects Eurocentric and Orientalist attitudes about African people.
The project will also develop value-added products for markets involving women and the private sector, and will be led by Professor Helen Wallace of University of the Sunshine Coast and supported by Tevita Kete of SPC, Kevin Glencross and the country coordinators.
The highlight of the tour will be exploring the most charismatic places of the Tana Toraja Region, starting with a visit to Kete Kesu; one of the oldest ethnic Torajan villages.
2000 "per strukturen e renditjes te puneve ne sherbimin civil, metodologjine perkatese dhe pershkrimit pergjithesues te rolit te sekretarit tee pergjithshem ne kete sherbim".
DuBois, Malcom X, Cornel West, Cheick Anta Diop, and Molefe Kete Assante.
Based on the Maori proverb 'Mau tena kiwai o te kete, maku tenei' or 'Each of us at a handle of the basket', the kete symbolises the shared 'load' and experience of Australians and New Zealanders, with the dynamic form of the handles emphasising our on-going relationship.
He said that Pakistan has one of the globally highest solar radiations of approximately 53 KWh/sqm per day and the wind corridor between Gharo and Kete Bandar in Sindh alone has the potential of producing 40000 to 50000 Mega Watt wind energy.
Through her characters Belgin Doruk, Ayhan Bey, Mehmet Emin Entek and Kete, Uzuner attempts to squeeze the turbulent history of Istanbul into a novel brimming with its sights and sounds.
by Molefi Kete Asante, Yoshitaka Miike, and Jing Yin.