The global public health industry is complicit in the reproduction of “the African tragedy.”
Amilcar Cabral is a household name. But what happened to the young women like Joana Gomes who helped lead Guinea Bissau’s independence struggle?
What lessons for today are there from how post-independence governments in Africa conceptualized sovereignty?
Adams Oshiomhole was one of the most powerful trade union leaders in Nigeria. His career trajectory represents the wider political subjugation of the national labor movement.
Governments need funds for stimulus packages and aid to address COVID-19. But corporate tax avoidance and tax breaks for aid in African countries is undermining emergency responses.
South Africa's history of indentured labor leaves behind a legacy of violence against women among the country's South Asian population.
How is it that water flows freely and cheaply in Nairobi's wealthy neighborhoods, but thousands of people in informal settlements are denied access to it?
The duty to remember the brutal murder of 15-year old Ghanaian-Norwegian, Benjamin Hermansen, and to intensify the battle against racism in Norway.
While World War II was ravaging Europe, thousands of Polish people found a safe haven in British colonial Africa. This forgotten history shows us that migration patterns are constantly changing.
How pesticides banned in the European Union continue to be sold in Kenya, and with devastating impact.
Americans should recognize that White supremacy does not love White folks.
Much of what passes for politics these days is actually just anti-politics: not a function of too much politicization, but a severe lack of it.
At another historical inflection point, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. recognized white Americans’ delusions as the property of the West more broadly.
The weakening of Nigeria’s oil trade unions has a devastating impact on workers. Now workers are paid by Shell and others to sabotage union strikes and actions.
The United States must make the choice to side with the majority of Ugandans who would like to see democracy take root in Uganda.
Ugandan activist and politician Dr. Stella Nyanzi challenges a new generation of women to take up the struggle for political freedoms and revolution.
How did popular music become the battlefield of Uganda's future? And what are the consequences?