Say No to Racism: Out of Blood and Fire, Freedom was Born! “The Weaker are getting Stronger”!

In the wake of the world protests against #Racism [#Black #Lives#Matter], I have been drawn back to various historical moments and periods in this world history, specifically to look at the moments of struggle that "#Black lives have gone through. Amidst huge literature [both #documentary and #musical] that I came across, my heart has been so touched by among others, Miriam Makeba Centre … Continue reading Say No to Racism: Out of Blood and Fire, Freedom was Born! “The Weaker are getting Stronger”!

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My answer on Quora: Two key points stand out to me on this issue. The first is on what we know about the economy. The second is on how we talk about the economy. We do know a lot about the economy, but we don’t always know what the best way forward is. This is […] … Continue reading Interesting topic

As young Africans we must venture the rest of our future in not only creating ourselves but also contributing a brick towards that society that our grand fathers and mothers had desired time in memorial. You can do this regardless of your status, position or level of education. Just embrace the spirit, reflect of the past through reading some literature on Africa, look at where she is and dream of where you could wish it to be and then work towards that. I can not wait to see those golden days coming!

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AFRICA’S POSITION IN THE GLOBAL FORCES: LEARNING FROM WALTER RODNEY’S LITERATURE.

Important to note, Walter Rodney’s “How Europe Underdeveloped Africa”, is a classic of anti-imperialist literature. At the core is the concept of development and underdevelopment, exploring the contemporary path of African development with Marxism as the main theoretical underpinning. He rightly argues out with evidence the exploitation and the damage done to African societies by … Continue reading AFRICA’S POSITION IN THE GLOBAL FORCES: LEARNING FROM WALTER RODNEY’S LITERATURE.