by Meri Nana-Ama Danquah onMarch 4, 2009
How the used clothes you send to Africa are killing the local textile industries.
by Danielle Kwateng onMarch 4, 2009
It may hurt local textiles, but being fashion-forward is all about fusing the old and new.
by Jennifer Mabry onFebruary 9, 2009
I have never been to Africa. And for most black Americans, any connection to Africa is tenuous. We should not be spending time and energy trying to create links that no longer exist. I’m American. Period.
by Sundaa Bridgett Jones onJanuary 8, 2009
Can Gates develop a new operating system for farmers?
January 7, 2009
Will AFRICOM help or hurt Africa's progress toward stability and development?
by Sundaa Bridgett Jones onJanuary 7, 2009
Bush's Africa trip highlights the impact of U.S. foreign policy on the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa.
by Nicole Lee onJanuary 7, 2009
The president has helped—helped certain U.S. interests.
by Charlayne Hunter-Gault onJanuary 5, 2009
An Africa expert day-tripping in Singapore wonders whether any parts of that Southeast Asian success can be replicated in Africa.
by Dayo Olopade onDecember 18, 2008
Despite Western suspicions, China is offering concrete solutions to Africa's economic woes.
by Kalundi Robert Serumaga onDecember 17, 2008
The Sundance Institute's African initiative means well, but a little enlightenment about our cultures would be nice.
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