Airlift to America
Title: Airlift to America
Description: Airlift to America click here to buy the book click here to watch the slideshow Available in Kindle version AIRLIFT TO AMERICA: HOW BARACK OBAMA SR., JOHN F. KENNEDY, TOM MBOYA, AND 800 EAST AFRICAN S is ranked 20338185 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $5,225. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Airlift to America click here to buy the book click here to watch the slideshow Available in Kindle version AIRLIFT TO AMERICA: HOW BARACK OBAMA SR., JOHN F. KENNEDY, TOM MBOYA, AND 800 EAST AFRICAN STUDENTS CHANGED THEIR WORLD AND OURS. An inspiring true story of good intentions, unsung heroes, and unexpected results. The book, Airlift to America, and this companion website, tell the long-hidden saga of how a handful of Americans and Kenyans fought the British colonial government, the U.S. State Department, and segregation to “airlift” to U.S. universities, between 1959 and 1963, nearly 800 young East African men and women who would go on to change the world. The students included Wangari Maathai, future Nobel Peace Prize laureate, as well as the nation-builders of post-colonial East Africa -- cabinet ministers, ambassadors, university chancellors, clinic and school founders. Scores of others, like Barack Obama Sr., future father of a U.S. president, were inspired by this grand project to come too, and received support from the airlift organizers once here. The book about these historic airlifts was written by Tom Shachtman with a Foreword by Harry Belafonte, was released in the fall of 2009. It is based on, and finally makes available to the public, the files of the airlifts sponsor, the African American Students Foundation, which had remained untouched for almost fifty years. This website, which is still in formation, will collect additional materials to supplement the book, including historical documents, photographs, and interviews. A blog will be included, for those who wish to share additional stories and recollections about the airlifts and their impact on the world. The airlifts to America were conceived by an unusual partnership of the charismatic, later-assassinated Kenyan Tom Mboya and William X. Scheinman, a young American entrepreneur and jazz aficionado. Jackie Robinson, Harry Belafonte, Sidney Poitier, and Martin Luther King, Jr. all played pivotal roles. The book telling the story of the airlifts is available for purchase from such sources as and Barnes and Noble, and can also be purchased on the websites of the Urban League and the AFL-CIO, where a percentage of the profits will go to those organizations. Support for this website was provided by the TASK Foundation, named for its founders, Ted and Ann S. Kheel, who helped organize the airlift and hosted airlift students at their house. Whois