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Nefetiti is the Chief Editor at Grandmother Africa. She holds two Bachelor degrees, a double major in Chemistry and Physics. Since 1997, Nefetiti has authored several reports on Democracy and the state of Republics in the African Union. She became an African Reporting Fellow in 2007. Before joining the Definitive African Record, Nefetiti trained as a Digital Media expert.

The Blinding Spotlight on Ta-Nehisi Coates.

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The blinding spotlight from the Caucasian American Media Industrial Complex that, at present, shines on Ta-Nehisi Coates is so bright, he can...

The Problem With Mathematics.

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There’s an equation that gives many people pause: 8 ÷ 2(2 + 2) What is the...

Killer of Sheep

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The sheep are being slaughtered. Left and right, front and center. Day in and day out, the sheep are taken to the slaughter. The...

Naomi Osaka and the Decline of American Soft Power.

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Naomi Osaka is the current women’s tennis world number one. She is the new talk of town. And most relevant, she has dethroned the...

The Things They Hoard – The European Miracle.

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What things do people buy? How many things? Who sees these things? These are some primary questions that define and...

The Globalist Manifesto

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We cannot be in the business of thrusting our civilized emotions upon the uncivilized globalists... We can only write and enact our...

When I Grow Up

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Here is the the story of Kwame, and with it: the problems facing men in Africa today… “What do you want to do when you...

What’s The Matter With School?

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What’s the matter with school? Schools are no longer built to educate. They are built to profit. Schools are textbook handlers and sellers. The best textbook,...
colonial school, oral culture

Against Colonial Language, Mission School, and Oral Culture

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School as it is practiced now in its modern, colonial dimensions, with its instruction in colonial languages, with its denigration and scorn of local...

Capitalism, Property Rights, Free Markets… Where?

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My friends boast of this glorious philosophy. They use terms like free enterprise and free market—free everything, really. They say this glorious philosophy is...