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In these current times, corruption seems to be everywhere. And yet, depending on the place where it is being discussed, the finger tends to be pointed against one type of culprit. In Brazil, since the work of car wash...
We have heard about the leader in Zambia, Harry Kalaba, as minister of foreign affairs resigned as a result of over corruption and emblezzment and he not finding any way in the government to end it. Embezzlement and Corruption...
There is a continuous movement for Students demanding a fee free for higher education and education to be free. This tournament is historic not last but the day the day is getting faster, in 2015 this tournament has risen...
Apperead on 19 JUL 2019 An estimated 524,000 children work unimaginably long hours in America's grueling agricultural fields, and it's all perfectly legal. It was the last day of March of 2018, the day before Easter, the season of onions. By...
Angolan President Joao Manuel Goncalves Lourenco: “The presence of Angolan youth and youth from other parts of the continent as well as the Diaspora in the Biennale will result in various innovative strategies coming out from the reflections and...
$17.00 – $89.00 “We’re making headway on global poverty,” trills billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates. “Decline of Global Extreme Poverty Continues,” reports the World Bank. And “How did the global poverty rate halve in 20 years?” inquires The Economist magazine. Seth Donnelly answers: “It didn’t!”...
12 August is the anniversary of the signing of the Geneva Conventions of 1949.  The 1949 Geneva Conventions and the 1977 Protocols Additional are central instruments of International Humanitarian Law.  The Geneva Conventions, are also often called the Red...
National Lawyers Guild releases the report, The Lasalin Massacre and the Human Rights Crisis in Haiti. NLG SF/Bay Area president and NLG International Committee member Judith Mirkinson participated in the April fact-finding trip to Haiti on the Lasalin Massacre....
Enlarge this image When Omar al-Bashir was ousted from the Sudanese presidency in April of 2019, there was an explosion of new culture in Sudan. In a country under strict Islamic law, suddenly, graffiti appeared on walls. Music of all...
My negritude is not a stone, nor deafness flung out against the clamour of the day my negritude is not a white speck of dead water on the dead eye of the earth my negritude is neither tower nor cathedral. Return to My Native Land  Aimé...
Haiti Action Committee strongly condemns the Joint Statement by nine members of the House of Representatives claiming "Violent Protests Have Left Haiti at a Standstill." Their assertion, “While the frustrations that have prompted the protests are justifiable, the...
“On a plain high in the mountains of Haiti one day a week thousands of people still gather. This is the marketplace of my childhood...The sights and the smells and the noise and the colour overwhelm you. Everyone comes....

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