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Haiti on the Brink By Kim Ives

Never have revolutionary conditions in Haiti been...

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    Sinn Féin Leader Michelle O’Neill Is the...

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Haiti on the Brink By Kim Ives

Never have revolutionary conditions in Haiti been so favorable. The government of de facto Prime Minister Ariel Henry is completely illegitimate, ineffective, and unpopular. The U.S. empire is preoccupied and...

Anger grows over “constitutional coup” in Senegal after deferral of presidential election

On February 3, President Macky Sall announced an indefinite suspension of the presidential election...

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    Sinn Féin Leader Michelle O’Neill Is the First Minister of the North of Ireland   On...

Proposal to Award Johan Galtung the Freedom of Expression Foundation Honorary Award

Prof. Johan Galtung receives Doctor Honoris Causa from the Complutense University of Madrid, 27...

PRIVACY POLICY FOR KIMPA VITA PRESS & PUBLISHERS

This Privacy Policy describes Our policies and procedures on the collection, use and disclosure...

Part.3. African’s Peacefull Means: Etnic Relations Theory By Rais Neza Boneza

Proposal: A bioceanic confederation from the Indian to the Atlantic oceans, including Uganda and Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi, and the two...

The Subtle Linguistics of Polite White Supremacy by Yawo Brown // TheMagicalNegro.net

  What is Polite White Supremacy?   Polite White Supremacy is the notion that whites should remain the ruling class while...

They have no faith. They have no Loyalty. They are fearless. Money is their new God. They are the new Rich in Africa. ...

In 2012 Africa became the fastest growing continent in the world with the highest number of new millionaires. There are now more...

Two Black Women Died In Police Custody This Week, Here’s What We Know So Far by Britni Danielle

Typically, Black women’s deaths don’t garner much media attention, but this week the deaths of Sandra Bland and Kindra Chapman became national news....

Arts for Social Change? Creative Projects Empowering Women and Youth

Development professionals will all have heard the word ‘empowerment’. While what the term empowerment means is still subject of discussion, many practitioners and academics...

India's Daughter: From Nonviolent Demonstrations to People's Revolution by Sumeet Grover, Director of Global Poetry

The agitated people of a nation mourn, weep, protest and question the heinous rape and murder of a young woman, Jyoti Singh, whilst life...

Mildred Aristide speaks of education and health

On the occasion of  the 8 March International Women’s Day, Kimpa Vita Press present you an inteview of Mildred Aristide done by haitisolidarity.net Mildred Aristide...

NZinga, The Queen of Angola (The Movie). A review by Raïs Neza Boneza for the Intenational Women’s Day celebration

Title: Njinga, Rainha de Angola   (Nzinga, Queen of Angola) Category: History Duration: 109 Minutes Director: Sergio Graciano Release Year: 2013 Language: Portuguese &...

Surviving scarcities in Bulengo: Women’s trial in displaced camps in North Kivu (D.R.Congo)

By Raïs Neza Boneza       It takes us four hours to cruise on the peaceful waves of the Lake Kivu, an...

Tales from the bush: Former LRA commander tells of life with Kony

Ketty Adong is trying to piece back her life after escaping from LRA rebels. Photos by Rachel Mabala. IN SUMMARY ...

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,...

Egalitarianism and Nonviolence: Gifts of the Khoe-San By Bernedette Muthien

Anthropologists have written for at least a hundred years of the so-called “Bushman.” I am descended of these First Nations people in Southern Africa,...

Desolation and despair in Libya: the murder of Salwa Bugaighis By LINDSEY HILSUM

Looking back, it feels as if Salwa Bugaighis embodied not the hopes and aspirations of the majority of her country's people but a...

Millions of Widows Face Abuse, Poverty, Homelessness, Rape, Cleansing, Burning…

No woman should lose her status, livelihood or property when her husband dies, yet millions of widows in our world face persistent abuse, discrimination,...

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