Philip Blair, jr. - The World Bank
Philip Blair is a middle-aged (but not yet self-pitying) anthropologist with experience in the Andes and elsewhere in Latin America; he is currently employed by the Information Solutions Group of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (a.k.a. the World Bank). A resident of Washington, D.C., he is taxed but not represented in Congress - a blatantly undemocratic situation that is a blot on the flag of the United States. He hopes that Unicode will play a role in the aims and aspirations of the indigeneous peoples of the Hemisphere and the whole world.
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