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The unifying power of music: The American conductor Kent Nagano and his dream by Winfried Pogorzelski

Music awakens and inspires the inex- haustible creativity of man. It creates mo- ments of happiness, brings people togeth- er, and enables them to better cope with life. Across...

Fanmi Lavalas Presentation, April 6th 2024

Haiti Action Committee is honored to publish this transcript of the talk given by...

From Port-aux-Prince to Africa: Unveiling the Haitian Crisis

22 Mar 2024 – In recent past weeks, the situation in Haiti has drawn...

Horror and Hope in Haiti after 20 Years of Occupation

Haiti Action Committee - TRANSCEND Media Service 6 Apr 2024 – The immediate crisis in...

In Praise of Blood: Crimes of the Rwandan Patriotic Front

Tags: Africa, D.R. Congo, DRC, Genocide, Paul Kagame, Rwanda   Hundreds of thousands of refugees poured into Congo after Paul Kagame seized...

Why Artificial Intelligence Must Be Stopped Now

Those advocating for artificial intelligence tout the huge benefits of using this technology. For instance, an article in CNN points out how AI is...

We Need a Plan for the Transition to Renewable Energy

The transition to renewable energy is inevitable given the current climate crisis and the fact that fossil fuels are a finite resource. To make...

Sperm Whales Have Culture Too: Strong Evidence That Clans, Culture, and Dialects Are Not Unique to Humans by Hal Whitehead.

The sperm whale is extreme. They have the largest brains and the largest noses on Earth. The sperm whale’s nose is a huge and...

Cobalt Red: How Congolese Blood Powers Our Lives

Photo Courtesy of Siddharth Kara Siddarth Kara’s book exposes the exploitation behind the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 24 Jan 2024 – “Unspeakable riches have brought the people...

The Cradle of Humanity

What reading Georges Bataille could teach you about the birth of art—and of humanity. Why should we explore caves and excavate fossils? Why should we...

Africa Climate Summit Issues Nairobi Declaration

  Tags: Africa, Africa Climate Summit 2023, Climate Change, Environment, Global warming, Solutions Africa Climate Summit 2023: Driving Green Growth & Climate Finance Solutions for Africa and the World   7 Sep 2023 – Despite...

  Our planet is imploding: when will we act to save ourselves?By Julian Cribb   While much of humanity was glued to the unfolding drama over one tiny...

Back in Time: How the ‘Master Narrative’ shapes racist reporting on the Monkeypox

The recent racist western media coverage of the monkeypox virus outbreak has tragically taken us centuries back in history, as we are painfully reminded...

Failure of J&J’s HIV vaccine trial in Africa raises major concerns by Richard Kwame Krah

The recent failure of experimental HIV vaccine produced by American Multinational drugmaker Johnson & Johnson in Sub-Saharan African countries raises major concerns. According to...

Are We Building Our Own Prison Thinking We Own the Key to Our Cell?

Like frogs in water that keeps getting hotter and hotter, we are nearing the boiling point.   A plague of “vaccine mandates” and “vaccine passports”...

The Power of Education without Exclusion: Learning from UNIFA in Haiti

Watch last Saturday's fantastic program with Haiti's former First Lady Mildred Aristide speaking about UNIFA with the Mt. View School District https://youtu.be/oGRFizDNxFo [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGRFizDNxFo]  

Egypt-Ethiopia: Difficult Negotiations

The latest round of Egyptian-Ethiopian negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), brokered by former African Union (AU) president Cyril Ramaphosa, ended without...

Is this a vaccine apartheid?

Optimism emerged last week following a vaccine being developed by Pfizer and BioNTech companies for Covid-19 fight. However, some governments are scrambling to lay...

8 June: International Day of the Oceans

René Wadlow - TRANSCEND Media Service World Citizens Call for Renewed Efforts to Resolve Asian Maritime Delimitations Dispute          8 June has been designated by the United...

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