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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 sophisticated sonar device that produces...

Haiti on the Brink By Kim Ives

Never have revolutionary conditions in Haiti been so favorable. The government of de facto Prime...

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...

Global News Dispatches

    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...

480,000 killed by extreme weather this century – Analysis

Almost half a million people have died in natural disasters linked to extreme weather events in the last 20 years, according to a new...

A letter to Ange Kagame from Carine Kanimba

By, Carine I. Kanimba Dear Ange, I hope that this letter finds you well. My name is Carine Kanimba, I am the daughter of Paul Rusesabagina....

It’s 2020. What Would YOU Do?

The year is drawing to a close, memorable for its unrelenting spotlight on coronavirus.  Reflecting on the past 12 months, imagine what you would...

Myanmar: Fair Elections But Challenges Ahead by Rene Wadlow

The 8 November 2020 elections for the two houses of the Myanmar Parliament were carried out with little violence. The National League for Democracy...

“Colonizing the Atmosphere”: How Rich, Western Nations Drive the Climate Crisis

New analysis finds the Global North is responsible for 92% of all excess global carbon dioxide emissions, while the Global South bears the brunt of the devastation.

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...

Deception? Deception?

In Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie”, a stunned Amanda Wingfield enters the second scene repeating an enigmatic question: “Deception?  Deception?”  Amanda revels in the...

Indigenous women in Kenya rebuild resilience amidst an eco-cultural crisis

In the face of growing climate change, indigenous women in Kenya are remembering and reinstating their native agricultural practices, to build resilience and reclaim...

25 African Women Writers You Should Read

Source: aaibc.com Authors are listed, alphabetically, by first name. Also check out a beautiful collage of all 25 African Women’s photos, a list of all of their...

African leaders reject Trump's Mideast peace plan

By AFP Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, addressing the 33rd Ordinary session of the assembly of the African heads of States...

Anniversary Dialogues: The Biggest Global Conversation On The World’s Future Starts Now

January 1, 2020 saw the launch of the UN75 initiative – the largest, most inclusive conversation on the role of global cooperation in building...

Let’s Talk about Sex

If you’re looking for a treatise on the joys of love-making between consenting, autonomous adults, read no further.  In fact, what follows quite the...

THE YOUNG HANDS THAT FEED US

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...

Aime Cesaire: (1913 – 2008) A Black Orpheus by Rene Wadlow

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...

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