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Monthly Archives: October, 2014


The mental health burden in northern Uganda By Sarah Tumwebaze

A long the road to Gulu, it is clear that life has returned to normal. This is evidenced by children playing by the roadside,...

The humanism of Ali Mazrui: His journey to the vision of openness By Horace G. Campbell

Ali A. Mazrui the great humanist joined the ancestors on Sunday, 12 October, 2014 in Binghamton, New York, where he had lived since 1989....

Afriturist with Hector Peterssen

  "That I'm alive today proves the power of the photo and that the only viable and sustainable challenge to oppression is through...

Lessons From the Bamemba Tribe

  I’ve been intrigued by this tribe ever since I heard about them while listening to Dr. Wayne Dyer speak on their unique tradition....

Who Needs Eurocentric Nobel Prizes in Literature?Rogers Atukunda

Ngugi I am no literature professor or literary giant per se, I write from my humble opinion as a student of the Ivory...

Ebola, the African Union and bioeconomic warfare: Health questions and the challenges for Africa By Horace G. Campbell

INTRODUCTION As the Ebola outbreak rages, and there are projections of more than 1.4 million persons infected in the next few months, the African...

Hong Kong and Beyond By Johan Galtung

Beijing should listen to its own excellent mantra: “One Country, Two Systems”. A part of that other system is democracy. England never practiced that...


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