Building Resilience Far from Home: Communal Democracy Practices amongst Urban Congolese Refugees in Uganda

Under a midday blazing sun in Kampala, we are driving hesitantly over the newly paved roads of Nsambya and Katwe suburb. A pedestrian signals us…

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EXPERIENCES OF DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA: REFLECTIONS ON PRACTICES OF COMMUNALIST PALAVER AS A METHOD OF RESOLVING CONTRADICTIONS

This article by Ernest Wamba Dia Wamba originally appeared in Philosophy and Social Action XI (3) 1985, and has been edited for clarity. Discussions about…

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Rest in Power Toussaint L’Ouverture: Saluting Haiti’s Triumph against Colonialism By Richard Sudan

7 Apr 2016 – April 7th marks the passing of one of the greatest, most revered and most important figures of African and world history, Toussaint…

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Sure, Washington Has Always Supported Democracy in Haiti American politicians’ rhetoric on Haiti remains woefully disconnected from reality. By Greg Grandin

“As in the past, the United States is taking great interest in how elections in Haiti are unfolding,” a State Department spokesperson announced a few…

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