African Union Diaspora Task Team Moves to Galvanize the African Diaspora
When African Presidents, Heads of State and Prime Ministers arrive in New York this year for the General Assembly meeting, they will find that the African Missions to the UN have turned into the proverbial "old boy's club." Of course, you have to understand that the continent itself is governed exclusively by men, with the exception of Liberia, where President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the only female President in the continent. It is quite a sad situation. I remember when there used to be qui
By Chika Onyeani ~
A rebel fighter about to machete another black African to death
"The decision of the African Union as articulated by both President Zuma and Dr. Ping is totally sound; however, not for the reasons they adduced, but for the fact that the rebels need to account for the killings of black Africans, not for the pretensions of "confusing them as mercenaries hired by Gaddafi," but because of the anti-black, racist and innate hatred of black Africans, even though there are a million
The New Mandela is a Woman: Samia Nkrumah
Journalist of La Repubblica Representative of Nobel Peace prize Betty Williams in Italy
She was only 5 years old when she woke up one morning at the sound of gunshots coming from the garden. It was hard to overcome the fear but she and her brothers did, eventually. It was February 24, 1966, the military coup that changed the history of Ghana for ever. On that day her mother told her to pray and immediately after insisted that "if they fire at y
“The building of a United States of Africa is most critical for the security and the sustainable economic development of African people in the world”, declared Omowale Clay, Vice Chair of the African Union Diaspora Task Team (AUDITT). Omowale was speaking at the second annual African Diaspora-Strategy Session on the African Union (ADISSAU) to report on AUDTT and the 2012 Global Diaspora Summit scheduled for South Africa. The meeting took place at African Union (AU) Mission in Washington, D.C.
RHAW Pan African Ministers
African Diaspora Leaders to hold Special Session at AU Office in WDC
Atlanta. The RHAW Pan African Ministers, World African Diaspora Union (WADU) and other key African organizations will participate in the second annual African Diaspora-Strategy Session on the African Union (ADISSAU) on Friday, June 17, 2011 at the African Union (AU) Office in Washington, D.C. The June 2011 meeting will include African ambassadors and representatives of major African Diaspora organ
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