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Each woman was recognized for their contributions to the community as well as to their country.
Africa has a gold mine, a hidden treasure in the tool called collaboration. On the one hand we have so many African brothers and sisters living in the diaspora, missing home and desperate to find profitable and meaningful ways to reconnect with Africa. 786 more words
“It is where multiple subject positions are juxtaposed, contested, proclaimed or disavowed; where the permitted and the prohibited perpetually interrogate; and where the accepted and the transgressive imperceptibly mingle even while these syncretic forms may be disclaimed in the name of purity and tradition. 26 more words
Guest post from Dan Heller reporting from the recent Limoud France:
The whole thing started at the bar of Limmud conference in the UK. On that cold, December night in Warwick, an idea to start an exchange of madrichim or young leaders between Limoud (Limmud France) and Limmud UK was born. 1,489 more words
The Africa Today journal devoted its recent volume to research papers on Post-liberation Eritrea. The first of the research papers in this special issue investigates “an important variable in explaining current and recent refugee movement from Eritrea and other countries in Africa.” 1,621 more words