Shelton Johnson fought fires, lectures on Yosemite’s wildlife, performed in a one-man show about the Buffalo Soldiers and insists that African Americans reconnecting with the wilderness are participating in the last act of the civil rights movement.
A new documentary explores an underdiscussed idea: that a democratically elected president in Nigeria didn’t receive adequate assistance from America in 1993 when he was overthrown by the military. The possible reason? Oil.
As we bask in graduation season, watch these parody videos that show black immigrant parents’ obsession with perfect test scores. And get this: A few of these spoofs are great history lessons in disguise.
Named one of the world’s most influential women by Time magazine, Nigeria’s finance minister cut her teeth at the World Bank and is a fierce advocate for cleaning up corruption in her nation’s economy.