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Condemning Belgium’s King Leopold II and enslavement, murder of 10 million Congolese
An online petition condemning the brutality King Leopold II was nearing 100,000 signatures as this column went to press. The Belgian king, according to historical accounts including Adam Hochschild’s 1998 book, “King Leopold’s Ghost,” and the Hon. Elijah Muhammad’s 1965 book, “Message To The Black Man,” was responsible for the deaths of 10 million Congolese at the turn of the century.
Updated Jul 15, 2020 - 11:37:20 AM

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Police brutality in the U.S., its roots and some views from the Motherland
In Senegalese scholar Mahamadou Lamine Sagna’s 2019 book, “Cornel West Matters: Politics, Violence, Racism and Religion in America,” he helps explain the building pressure in America and the world that reached a boiling point with the death of George Floyd in the hands of Minneapolis police.
Updated Jul 8, 2020 - 7:12:18 PM

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The Motherland’s powerful influence on Islam
An important collection of historical accounts about the spread of Islam in the Motherland is captured in “Africa’s Islamic Experience: History, Culture and Politics” edited by among others A. Ali Mazrui, a famed Kenyan-born political scientist and one of Africa’s leading public intellectuals. The book was published in 2011 and Dr. Mazrui is now deceased.
Updated Jun 30, 2020 - 12:28:41 PM

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Seattle, Sudan and unlikely similarities in autonomous zones, calls to end repression
In a tweet, President Trump threatened to “take back” the city of Seattle, Wash., after protesters responding to the death of George Floyd in the custody of Minneapolis police camped out around a vacated police station near downtown. They have vowed to resist any Trump effort to dislodge them.
Updated Jun 25, 2020 - 7:27:55 PM

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Motherland stands with Black America’s fight against rampant police violence
For the first time in a major way, on major TV networks, Africa’s voice was heard in terms of its solidarity with the global outcry against the brutal death of George Floyd in the custody of Minneapolis police. The moment came during his funeral service broadcast from Houston, Texas.
Updated Jun 18, 2020 - 1:46:33 PM

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Pandemic impacts Africa’s informal cross border trade
A recent episode of “Society Talks,” hosted each week by the South African-based Southern African Trust discussed “Food Security and how small holder farmers are critical to community.”
Updated Jun 12, 2020 - 8:01:41 AM

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Ethiopian rabbis win court victory in Israel, but struggle continues for Africans in the Zionist State
Sixteen Ethiopian rabbis recently won what is being touted as a landmark court case against discrimination in the Zionist State of Israel. In proceedings that spanned 12 years, the case was part of nearly 20 years of struggle by the clergymen against the state.
Updated May 29, 2020 - 2:20:37 PM

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The history of Cuba’s unprecedented humanitarian work in Africa
Ace Magashule, secretary general of the African National Congress (ANC), during a recent lecture on the importance of solidarity and internationalism with progressive people around the globe, highlighted the impact of the Cuban revolution in the South African struggle against imperialism and colonialism.
Updated May 28, 2020 - 7:47:51 AM

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Pandemic shaping economic, social climate of East and Southern Africa
In many East and Southern African countries, local, regional and national lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic have been extended, reported Equinet. “Their impacts raise questions on their sustainability.
Updated May 21, 2020 - 3:41:33 PM

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African women farm majority of Africa’s food but own less than majority of land
Historically, African women have been the continent’s workforce for food production, yet history reveals they have only limited access to the very basic tools required to produce food.
Updated May 13, 2020 - 2:02:43 PM

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Coronavirus pandemic and the economic freedom of Black South Africa
As the numbers increase, the spread of the virus will increase rapidly, reported Atlantic Council. Indeed, the number of cases in South Africa has skyrocketed from a reported 150 cases March 19 to a reported 5,350 cases April 29—in just over one month.
Updated May 6, 2020 - 1:32:34 PM

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