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Nigeria has become the poverty capital of the world

By Yomi Kazeem The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) to end extreme poverty by 2030 is unlikely to be met—no thanks, in large part,...

Opinion: Why young Africans need to know their history

By Chika Oduah Senegal, Dakar (CNN)Fifty-one years ago, a political decision changed the course of my life and I wasn't even born when it was...

The most successful ethnic group in the U.S may suprise you

By Molly Fosco At an Onyejekwe family get-together, you can’t throw a stone without hitting someone with a master’s degree. Doctors, lawyers, engineers, professors — every...

The racist history of the telephone pole shows how anti-blackness shapes...

By Caira Wynn Blackwell In February 1910, a Black man named Allen Brooks was accused of attempting to rape a two-year-old white girl in Dallas, Texas. In...

Ethics and Values: The Needed Ingredients for National Unity 2 (Continued)

By Olaogun Michael Sunkanmi “In just about every area of society, there is nothing more important than ethics”- Henry Paulson   Ethics and moral philosophy involves...

How Africa can manage threats of stagflation

By Marcus Goncalves Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) remains one of the world’s fastest growing regions. However, worrisome macroeconomic conditions are becoming very apparent. A set...