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Hooliganism Is A Force Made Stronger By Timid Online Activism

Hooliganism in football is a profitable enterprise. Those who have tasted it’s sweetness are wise enough to keep the anarchy flag flying high. The...

Dr. Banza PhD., Mponkyerhythms

The race is not for the swift and history remembers us, not for how brainy we happen to be, but for our contribution to...

The African American Woman at the Heart of the US Space Program

"Math, unlike the law, its just there, you are either right, or you are wrong. That's what I like about it." ~ Katherine G....

African Exodus From The ICC: What Next?

BAKAU—The Gambia this week proclaimed its withdrawal from the premiere multi-treaty global judicial institution, the International Criminal Court (ICC). The announcement comes on the...

There Was A God, And Its Name was Terror

The dawn had broken through the clouds in its battle with night when my plane lightly stepped on the concrete tarmac of the Philadelphia...

Stepping into a Lighter Skin – Turns out even Black Intellectuals are Bleaching    

ACCRA -- Perhaps, apart from Bukom Banku and a few norm-defying outliers who do not care much about stereotyping, most black people who bleach...

Dirty Rich Harvard – Even Timbuktu Could Not Have Imagined

Harvard University is the world’s richest university, with a $36.4 billion endowment that’s larger than the gross domestic products of Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Burkina Faso,...
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Poet Claudia Rankine Talks Racism In America

Claudia Rankine is an award-winning poet. Born in Jamaica, she came to the US at age seven and lived in the Bronx, a borough...

Fabakary Continues Work to Expose the Atrocities of Yaya Jammeh

Find here, a link of a TV documentary of Fabakary Ceesay, a leading Gambian human rights journalist who now lives in the Netherlands. Mr. Ceesay is the...

Remember Hillary Clinton said Black Children were Animals

ATLANTA, GA, USA -- When Bill Clinton left office in 2001, the United States had the highest rate of incarceration in the world. Human...