Adoption advocate Sally Baffour to speak at Spring Hill College Nov. 28
Nov 28, 2006
(Mobile, AL) — Sally Baffour, internationally noted advocate of adoption as the ethical alternative to abortion, will speak at Spring Hill College Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in The Gautrelet Room. Her lecture, titled “An African Woman’s Spiritual Journey,” is sponsored by Alpha Sigma Nu honorary society as part of its celebration of the selection and induction of 27 new student members for the 2006-2007.
Baffour was born and raised in Ghana, West Africa, and currently lives in London. She is the niece of the acclaimed poet, Maya Angelou. Baffour is a tireless and dedicated advocate of fostering and adoption, especially of minority children and through her Thank-U Foundation, has initiated adoption and fostering programs in Ghana and in the Caribbean island of Grenada. She moderates her own talk show on local television in London. Baffour is also the adoptive parent of two teenaged children.
Baffour’s presentation is free and open to the public. For more
information call 251-380-4641. ##