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Be the change!

What have African leaders learned from the history of the continent? Almost nothing. "He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword". … Read More»

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IWD, Nameless and Faceless Victims

Is hiding the identities of gender based violence victims doing more harm than good? … Read More»

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Mothers Adopt Africa

For mothers who have adopted or are considering an adoption of African children.

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Men behave badly ... and women do not say a thing

I am surprised to know that men are ... men, the same flashy way here in South America than in Nigeria! It must be because our flags are so alike jajajaja.... … Read More»

women helping women in northern Uganda

The women in northern Uganda face daily challenges, and have experienced horrific violence and poverty, they need our attention

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FREE! 19th Cascade Festival of African Films-- Women Filmmakers Week

As part of the Festival of African Films, here in Portland, OR, there will be three day series of films by women filmmakers. All the movies are free of charge! … Read More»

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HOW do I BENEFIT from BARACK obama BEING President

HOW do I BENEFIT from BARACK obama BEING President Money cant buy you love Money also can’t buy you Beliefs Dreams and Empowerment If all Africa wanted was money … Read More»

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Don't African presidents have a retirement age?

On 10 November 2008, we woke up to the sad news that Miriam Makeba, a.k.a Mama Africa, had died of a heart attack during a performing visit to the Naples in Italy. She was 76. … Read More»

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Hope Project

A rural African woman spends most of her time searching for firewood, some walk for distances in search for the same. When she finally gather enough, … Read More»

Legalizing Homophobia, Setting a Precedent in Africa

In the wake of Uganda’s recent anti-homosexuality legislation, World Pulse correspondent and gay-rights activist Gertrude Pswarayi breaks down Africa's long history of homophobic legislation—and explains what can be done about it. Read More »

"As a Zimbabwean advocate for the rights of sexual minorities, I have witnessed how the Uganda legislative threats have created panic and despondence among sexual minorities."

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