SURVEY: “Why do Blacks dominate most sports?”

BY JESSICA MILLER Though, by definition, a survey is not hard science, it stands as an important contribution to ongoing discussions in society. This survey about Blacks’ superiority in sports …


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From Harvard University to the Top of the Charts: THE EXHILARATING JOURNEY OF AFROBEAT ARTIST JAYQ THE LEGEND

BY NADIRA JAMERSON / EDITED BY LOU SIFA JayQ The Legend is one of the top afrobeat artists in the world. His debut single, Body Talk, hit the top of …


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The legacy of America’s mom-in-chief Michelle Obama

BY SOUMANOU SALIFOU “I love our daughters more than anything in the world, more than life itself. And while that may not be the first thing that some folks want …


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Mixed reactions to former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo’s acquittal

Updated on January 18 BY JIBRIL TURE (With reporting by field correspondent Idriss Kone) The International Criminal Court (ICC) Tuesday acquitted the former president of Cote d’Ivoire, Laurent Gbagbo, and …


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The likely fallout from Trump turning his back on Africa

Donald Trump’s lack of interest in Africa spells trouble for the world. BY USMAN MAMA (With reporting by Lou Sifa) More than eighteen months a after Donald Trump won the …


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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 …


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