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Ebola the Trojan Horse

By Jeremy Bamidele Slow responses on the behalf of West African nations and the international community have allowed the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa to transition into a full scale international...

Ebola a Potential Epidemic

Officials of the World Health Organization (WHO) state there have been more than 635 cases of Ebola spread across Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia since West Africa’s first and current Ebola...

GOD LOVES UGANDA Investigates the Troubling Influence of American Evangelicals on Human Rights in Africa

On DVD May 19 Coinciding with the PBS Premiere on Independent Lens GOD LOVES UGANDA 83 minutes, documentary, color, 2013 A film by Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams With God Loves Uganda,...

Rwanda Tops A.T. Kearney’s First African Retail Development Index for Market Opportunity

South Africa ranks seventh due to market saturation Study provides global retailers with direction on how and when to enter specific African countries JOHANNESBURG and NEW YORK, March 17, 2014...

Help Save A Life Of A Child In Africa – And Be A Ten Thousand Dollar Award Recipient

D. Marie Winters the organizer of the Malaria Prevention Mission and the author of the new book WHAT I SAW IN AFRICA is asking people to help save a child’s life in Uganda Africa by purchasing...

Washington’s World Order Bombs Somalia – Why? Why Care?

By Carolyn Bennett I’ve been wondering why the Bush administration is bombing poor people on the east coast of Africa. Reports indicate that Somalis had already achieved a peace among themselves....

AFRICA AND THE WORLD: LAURA BUSH IN AFRICA SITES POOR EXAMPLE OF TAKE IT SLOW

By Akbar Muhammad In late May 2005, the First Lady Laura Bush made a five-day tour of a few Middle East countries and North Africa (Egypt). The statement that she made in Cairo, Egypt about the U.S....

NOVELIST JACYEE ANIAGOLU-JOHNSON PUBLISHES FICTIONAL MEMOIRS THAT TACKLE A MYRIAD OF SOCIAL ISSUES

“Mikela: Memoirs of a Maasai Woman” confronts the topics of female circumcision, rape, other forms of brutality against women, and prostitution and HIV in the fictional memoirs of a young...

Refugee Skin Color Makes a Difference

By Emory Curtis The difference between the treatment and concern for Kosovo refugees and African refugees should make you ask yourself whether our government leaders really believe skin color...

You Have to Bring Ass to Get Ass

By Emory Curtis If Clinton is concerned about whether race makes a difference, all he needs to do is to step back a moment and review his own actions as our leader five years ago when the Rwanda mess...