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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.

Preteen Collects Books For Black Girls

"I was sick of reading about white boys and dogs," Marley Dias told her mother one day over dinner. In school in the U.S.,...
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Hillary Clinton and Her Thugs Steal Seven Billion From Libya

TRIPOLI -- The latest news on Hillary Clinton’s aiding and abetting the murder of Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi in 2011 confirms what many thinking...

Racism – White America’s Irresponsibility for the Crime Against Humanity

Photo credits to Nona Faustine. George Yancy, a philosophy professor at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, tells white America to acknowledge their racism, once and...
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The Wigs Must Go!

ACCRA -- Silky, white, and made from horse hair, old-style European wigs—periwigs—are uncomfortable (ill-fitting and itchy) and downright ludicrous. They also carry a hefty...
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Why Ted Cruz Is Not Smarter Than A Prisoner

Ted Cruz, a Republican presidential candidate in the U.S., was a champion debater at Princeton University, an Ivy League school. Harvard University, also an Ivy...
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What’s In A Beverage?

Whatever discomforts the traditional world possessed, we could at least say that everyone in those societies consumed food. Just think back to one century...

Violence For A Dream Of Materialism

What would you do to realize a dream? Today, violence is rampant in the world. But that social unrest is only evidence of what...

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...