Previous Tab
Next Tab

Food At A Cost: The Threat of Famine in South Sudan

The threat of famine in South Sudan is real, and civilians are already risking rape, abduction, and murder in their search for food. Since fighting erupted last December in South Sudan, thousands of people have died and over a million have been displaced in a conflict sparked by long-running political disputes between President Salva Kiir […]

tank1

Extremists are Evolving – So Should We

Counterterrorism is not working. Retaliatory military actions, condemnation by world leaders and by the general public on social media and censorship of terrorist organizations have all proven futile. It’s time to try something new. It’s been almost two months since over 230 high school girls were abducted from Chibok, Nigeria; Nigerians – along with the global […]

abduction1

#BringingBackOurGirls: In (Conscious) Defense of Slacktivism, International Cooperation, and Solidarity

I am not Nigerian, and I do not have constitutional rights accorded to me by the Nigerian government. I cannot participate in Nigeria’s national democratic process. I have never been to Nigeria. I have not known the pain of having a child abducted. Neither am I familiar with the group trauma experienced by the Chibok […]

BRINGBACK

Dear Americans, Your Hashtags Won’t #BringBackOurGirls. You Might Actually Be Making Things Worse.

Simple question. Are you Nigerian? Do you have constitutional rights accorded to Nigerians to participate in their democratic process? If not, I have news you. You can’t do anything about the girls missing in Nigeria. You can’t. Your insistence on urging American power, specifically American military power, to address this issue will ultimately hurt the […]

lost girl2

tweets

compare afrique

Over fifty years ago, the architects of African independence – Nkrumah, Nyerere, Lumumba, and others, met in Accra, Tunis, and Cairo to discuss the way forward for the continent. Now, more than five decades on, this is our “All-African Peoples Conference”. This is the forum on which we meet to launch our collective vision for Africa, and where open and honest discussion can take place.

We encourage you to take another look at the continent and reconsider the paradigms through which you view and study Africa.

search

Exact matches only
">
">
">
">
Search in posts
Search in pages
tank1

Food At A Cost: The Threat of Famine in South Sudan

The threat of famine in South Sudan is real, and civilians are already risking rape, abduction, and murder in their search for food. Since fighting erupted last December in South Sudan, thousands of people have died and over a million have been displaced in a conflict sparked by long-running political disputes between President Salva Kiir […]

abduction1

Extremists are Evolving – So Should We

Counterterrorism is not working. Retaliatory military actions, condemnation by world leaders and by the general public on social media and censorship of terrorist organizations have all proven futile. It’s time to try something new. It’s been almost two months since over 230 high school girls were abducted from Chibok, Nigeria; Nigerians – along with the global […]

BRINGBACK

#BringingBackOurGirls: In (Conscious) Defense of Slacktivism, International Cooperation, and Solidarity

I am not Nigerian, and I do not have constitutional rights accorded to me by the Nigerian government. I cannot participate in Nigeria’s national democratic process. I have never been to Nigeria. I have not known the pain of having a child abducted. Neither am I familiar with the group trauma experienced by the Chibok […]

lost girl2

Dear Americans, Your Hashtags Won’t #BringBackOurGirls. You Might Actually Be Making Things Worse.

Simple question. Are you Nigerian? Do you have constitutional rights accorded to Nigerians to participate in their democratic process? If not, I have news you. You can’t do anything about the girls missing in Nigeria. You can’t. Your insistence on urging American power, specifically American military power, to address this issue will ultimately hurt the […]

Switch to our mobile site