Sunday, March 29, 2020

The Last Honorable Man Standing: Fidel Castro is No More

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First it was Mandela, who left us in 2013. Three years later, it is Fidel Castro Ruz. The world has lost its last leader...

Fidel Castro The Comandante — The End of an Era

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“One who is not capable to fight for others, will never be in a position to fight for himself” ~ Iron Fidel. ACCRA — Fidel Castro...

The Ghana Armed Forces—From a Terrorist Colonial Gang to a Yankee Neoliberal Posse

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NTOABOMA—Nothing teaches a populace patriotism and national pride like universal conscription. From the early days of the Kingdom of Mumprugu, the Asante Kingdom, Dahomey...

Mawi – The Last of a Dying Breed of Warriors

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"Conquer or Die Trying." ~ Motto of the Gbeto. NTOABOMA -- This story is not for the juvenile, neither is it for the faint-hearted. This...

Power Differentials in Our Anti-Colonial Struggle

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Series of Writings on Decolonisation, Part I. With neo-colonialism diffused into both activism and apathy towards politics, an abstract revisit has become imperative. The need...

Our Historic Fall

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NTOABOMA -- It didn’t begin with the coming of the Pale People. It didn’t start with a single invasion. No, it didn’t suddenly become...

America is the Threat to Humanity – Oliver Stone

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FLIPPIN, MO, U.S.A -- Oliver Stone has completed a 10-part documentary series and a 750-page book, The Untold History of the United States, which...

What It Means to be Ghanaian in the Twenty-First Century

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Nothing is more important in a person’s life than identity – where you are from, who you are and who you shall yet be....

Memphis – The African Musical Civilization of North America

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MEMPHIS, TN, U.S.A. - The American city of Memphis in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Tennessee does not cease to baffle...

In Asante, Even The Trees Cry

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The cool African mist poured its teary drops over the soft black skin of the gentle slopes of Kumawu when Nana Kwame Poku woke...