Results related to “Africa”
by Jamilah King on June 27 2014, 1:00PM
“Framed” asks all the tough questions.
by Jamilah King on July 17 2013, 1:42PM
Lembembe was found tortured and killed in his home in the Cameroonian capitol of Yaounde.
by Jamilah King on July 3 2013, 10:59AM
Faces from visual artist Zanele Muholi’s portraits of lesbian and transgender women in Africa.
by Jorge Rivas on April 19 2013, 4:03PM
The anti-gay obsession in the landlocked southern African nation of Zambia is worsening its HIV epidemic.
by Imara Jones on April 5 2013, 9:51AM
The continent may have entered a new phase in its history. How? By focusing on healthy people and local investment.
by Jorge Rivas on April 25 2012, 12:52PM
Wouldn’t it be better if African men weren’t always depicted as warlords or victims?
by Jorge Rivas on April 6 2012, 10:22AM
The organization released an update today which is said to offer more details and context about the conflicts in Uganda.
by Jamilah King on March 14 2012, 9:40AM
Despite its attempt to respond directly to criticism, Invisible Children’s Kony 2012 campaign puts the focus on all that’s right—and wrong—with online advocacy.
by Jorge Rivas on October 7 2011, 2:50PM
Most of the recipients in the award’s 110-year history have been men.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Michelle Chen on October 3 2011, 11:10AM
Applying a global standard of justice seems near impossible for crimes that stem from vast inequalities in wealth and power, particularly when judgement shades into race and gender. But the ICC has tipped the scales, slightly, toward a collective moral gravity.
by Frankie Edozien on August 30 2011, 9:43AM
Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, evangelical Christianity’s growth has prompted political leaders and media to incite fear of increasingly open gay communities. Ghana’s burgeoning community is the latest target.
by Michelle Chen on August 10 2011, 9:45AM
The now-famished nation has long lived with well-fed wars and an overbearing U.S. presence that has eroded the institutional foundations it purports to rescue.
by Michelle Chen on July 29 2011, 9:22AM
The financial industry has identified rich soil in poor countries. But watchdogs warn that turning Africa’s land over to the global financial marketplace will deepen an already growing food crisis.
by Michelle Chen on April 8 2011, 12:29PM
The 2010 election was supposed to herald a new era in the region. Now, the future holds more questions than answers.
Topics: Global Justice
by Akiba Solomon on March 7 2011, 1:36PM
In the Ivory Coast’s post-election turmoil, seven women at an all-women’s rally are shot down. Unacceptable.
by Michelle Chen on February 28 2011, 10:28AM
From Zimbabwe to Madison, popular movements are looking for their own “trigger elements.”