Friday, March 24, 2017

Takamba Champions Of The Niger – Super Onze De Gao

Gao and Takamba: The Background The Niger sparkles like a giant sapphire luxuriating on a bed of green velvet as it flows past the city...

In Bed With President Mahama of Ghana?

Andrew Solomon is the author, and most recently had published, “Far From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity.”

Two Bad Heads are Worse than One – The Baby Mama Drama

BROOKLYN, NY, USA -- What is Baby Mama, or Baby Daddy? Apparently, a few Western educated Ghanaians had never heard the term in Africa....

Negro? Prieto? Moreno? A Question of Identity for African-Mexicans

Most Mexicans will describe themselves as mestizo, or mixed white and native Indian. Candido Escuen, a 58-year-old papaya farmer, is not quite sure what...

Forgiveness And Why Today’s Christianity Can’t Be Black

After the Charleston mass murder, the media has mixed everything up. The media is focusing on the Black victims and not on the white...

There Is No Movement Without Rhythm

WATCH THE FILM: FOLI To the people of Baro, this film may not mean much beyond their borders in Guinea, but to those of us...

Gay Equality And Phony Science – A Study In Credulity

When a new study came out late last year proving​—​scientifically!​—​how easy it is to turn opponents of gay marriage into supporters, the political scientist...

Israel Shreds the Dignity of African Jews – The Falasha

The extraction of the Falasha from Ethiopia to Israel remains a dark chapter in African history, which will not be forgotten. As a continent we are poorer, deprived of their cultural and historical legacy. As a nation, Ethiopia must be and should be shamed by the cynical way in which her leaders marginalized them.

Catastrophe – Cult Idols are Killing their Darling Worshippers

ACCRA -- These days, the designation ‘unbeliever’ or ‘freethinker’ would best describe tongues-speaking Christians than agnostics or even atheists. Trapped between the extremes of...

The Myth of Single Parenthood

Let me tell a story. There's a woman I know who has a young daughter. Let's call this woman Ajara. The fellow who would...