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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 Elixir of God

Ta-Nehisi Coates does not believe in God. In Between the World and Me, Coates suggests that God is merely an elixir. The idea of...

Public Response: Ashesi University, College Corporatism, and African Futures

Since its publication, Ms. Akosua Abeka's essay “Ashesi University—Blackface U.S. College Corporatism Reaches African Shores” has received much public and private debate. Some readers shed...

Equal Pay And White Feminism Still Breed Racism

NEW YORK, New York, U.S.A. -- As the world is inhabited by societies with various traditions, we all may have different cultures. However, we...

U.S. Democratic Debate: Zero Mentions Of African Americans From Hillary Clinton

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, U.S.A. -- A pressing concern is whether U.S. Democratic actually care about African American, Latino, Asian, and Native American candidates, considering...

U.S. Democrats Say Only White Candidates Are Presidential

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S.A -- The choices for the next U.S. president are surprisingly slim for African Americans in the United States. The Democratic Party which...

Baby Organs For Sale In The U.S.

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. - The U.S. Planned Parenthood organization, which receives funding from the U.S. government, has been linked to sending infant body parts...

Trial By Racists

WASHINGTON, D.C. - United States In the United States of America, there is an expression that purports to describe procedures under the law: "innocent until...

Will African Footballers Resurrect The English Premiere League?

England's Premiere League boasts a variety of football that is universally understood to be an unfashionable game comprised of cross country runners bumbling into...

Lights Out By The Equator

ACCRA, Ghana -- To say that Ghanaians have been merely affected by the 24-hour power off (DUM), 12-hour power on (SOR) "Dumsor" routine is...

Ghanaian Economy Pinched Under IMF Lead

Almost eight years ago, the Ghanaian government performed an act that its leaders knew would come back in boomerang fashion. It artificially overvalued its...