‘Debt is a cleverly managed reconquest of Africa’ – Thomas Sankara

21st January 2018 The Real African Team 0

Thomas Sankara, the former leader of Burkina Faso, was the apparent opposite of everything we are often told that success should look like. Mansions? Cars? […]

As The 70th Anniversary Of The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights Approaches, Silence Is Complicity In Guyana

22nd December 2017 I.K. Cush 0

Next year, 2018, will mark the 70th anniversary of the proclamation of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It was proclaimed by the […]

A short history of the national anthem, protests and the NFL

15th November 2017 Nii Commey 0

Louis Jacobson ||Politifact It has been hard to ignore the mixing of sports and politics recently, as President Donald Trump — both on the stump and on Twitter — repeatedly […]