Africa is a continent about which many wildly different stories have been told. It has not always been provided the chance to tell its own stories.
The genocide commemoration ceremonies take place over 100 days, known as the Kwibuka period, beginning on April 7 each year
Those who think that Africans have no strong relationship with nature, or need more education and convincing about wildlife and wildlands, there’s history to prove them wrong
The Black Man is the one (or the thing) that one sees when one sees nothing, when one understands nothing, and above all, when one wishes to understand nothing.
Sirleaf’s parents were adopted rather than born into Liberia’s dominant minority, targets of the “Christian duty” felt by many wealthy Americo-Liberian families to liberate “tribal children” from rural areas.
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