I am Africa. I am Beautiful.

By Nigerian author Amara Chidinma Ezediniru Once, my father told me “tell your story yourself, for you are not just a lead character, you are the story. Paint your pictures, it’s your … Read More

What it Takes to Become an Olympic Athlete: 15 Essentials According to a Two-Time Olympian

BY NICK CATLIN The journey to becoming an Olympic athlete, for most, is a lifelong pursuit. It might start as a distant dream born out of the inspirational performances of … Read More

Desmond Tutu and the logic of liberation preachments

BY STEVE OGAH The Archbishop Emeritus of the Anglican Church of South Africa, Desmond Mpilo Tutu, who died at the age of 90 on 26th December 2021, threw South Africa … Read More

New Children’s Book Celebrates Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, Toni Morrison, and Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr. all attended Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs.) Unfortunately, many children are unaware of these institutions. “The ABCs of … Read More

The United States and the Critical Transition in Sudan

BY MEKKI ELMOGRABI The USA cannot burn the candle at both ends; either sanctioning Sudan’s transition leaders or working with them for democratic transformation and transitional justice. In an apparent … Read More