Critical Thinking Project - written and directed by Leo Igwe PhD

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Critical Thinking Project - written and directed by Leo Igwe PhD

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Leo Igwe PhD - Nigerian humanist, activist, and human rights journalist - is launching a comprehensive Critical Thinking project in Nigeria. His endeavor will provide conferences, teacher trainings, students workshops, posters, fliers, and literature, to every corner of Africa’s most populated nation.

Leo’s workshop - called iDOUBT - is a 6-Step method designed to enable participants to question their superstitions and irrational faith-based beliefs. The system has already been utilized with great success in Uganda, The Philippines, Cameroon, Ghana, and Nigeria.

His Critical Thinking workshop combats dangerous ideas; for example:

1) in Cameroon, there is the belief that the volcano Mount Cameroon will erupt, if an albino person is not sacrificed.

2) in the Mangyan tribe, of the Philippines, there is the belief that married woman cannot bathe or wash themselves; if they do it means they have cheated on their husband.

3) The Bakonzo tribe in Uganda believes rain is dependent on the rituals of the Bakonzo king, and offering goats to the local witch doctors.

4) The Bashoga tribe, also of Uganda, have the belief that sacrificing a child's blood can make one rich, or provide good luck. (Two orphans have been killed - for this reason - in humanist communities supported by Brighter Brains)

Help End Superstition - Promote Critical Thinking

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