Talk:Ayeta Anne Wangusa

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Amazon lists Felix Chami as the co-editor of Tears of Hope. Mildred Barya, however, who knows Wangusa and was a fellow member of FEMRITE, sent me an email in correction claiming that Violet Barungi is the co-editor. At both Amazon and African Books Collective, the image for the book cover shows Violet Barungi as the co-editor. So given the correction by a credible party, and the image information, I've changed the co-editor to Violet Barungi. Oddly, Barungi does not list Tears of Hope -- or the other volumes she's credited with editing for FEMRITE -- on her own web site. Barungi only lists the publications she's fully authored. Diogenes Darwin (talk) 19:43, 22 August 2011 (UTC)