What’s happening in eastern Congo and why aid groups are warning of a new...

Aid organizations fear a new humanitarian crisis in the restive eastern Congo region, where the renowned armed rebel group M23 is in the midst of a new advance that threatens to...

The False Equivalence of Liberia and Israel

It is frequently forgotten, but early Zionist thinkers consciously aligned their project with Black Liberation movements around the world. Theodore Herzl, writing in his utopian novel Alteneuland (Old-New-Land) of 1902, called...

WHEN WILL AFRICA STOP FUNDING THE WEST?

While Africans toiled and suffered under colonialism, the West prospered, leaving a debt that is yet to be reconciled. With new Western policies geared towards exploiting Africans, it raises the question:...

How the Rush for Congo’s Cobalt is Killing Thousands

The Democratic Republic of Congo is currently facing a humanitarian crisis as miners are forced to work under exploitative conditions which amounts to modern-day slavery. The mining industry, because of its...

10 of the World’s Most Endangered Animals in 2024

1. Amur Leopard First on the list of the world’s most endangered animals in 2022 is the amur leopard. Between 2014 and 2015, only around 92 individuals were left in their natural...

African Countries Francphone Still Pay Over $500 Billion as Colonial Tax to France Each...

French government ordered home three thousand Frenchmen from the country. They were asked to take with them, all their possessions and everything that was under French control in the country and...

Louis Armstrong Plays Trumpet at the Egyptian Pyramids

During the Cold War, the United States made the case for the American way of life by sending its best ambassadors abroad — jazz musicians. “Music that was unique to America...

An Introduction to James Baldwin

James Arthur Baldwin (1924 – 1987) was born in Harlem, New York on August 2, 1924 to Emma Berdis Jones, originally from Deal Island, Maryland. He was reared by his mother...

Israel is recruiting Africans to plug its farm work shortage

Thousands of young Malawians are packing their bags for a chance to make serious money in Israel working on farms and orchards. Some 15,000 Palestinian workers recently lost their jobs when...

Empowering Rwanda’s Smallholder Farmers with AI-Driven Solutions

Theofrida Muginga, a young female student at the University of Rwanda, spearheads the creation of ‘Mkulima GPT,’ a Swahili chatbot powered by ChatGPT. This innovative project aims to empower smallholder farmers...