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Corneille Ewango’s Heroic Work to Save the Congo Forest

Botanist Corneille Ewango talks about his work at the Okapi Faunal Reserve in the Congo Basin — and his heroic work protecting it from poachers, miners and raging civil wars.

Why Africa Fears Western Medicine

Why Africa Fears Western Medicine By HARRIET A. WASHINGTON Published: July 31, 2007

TO Westerners, the repatriation of five nurses and a doctor to Bulgaria last week after more than eight years’ imprisonment meant the end of an unsettling ordeal. The medical workers, who in May 2004 were sentenced to death on charges of intentionally […]

Adinkra Styles: Customized Adinkra Apparel

Adinkra Styles: Customized Adinkra Apparel With Style & Substance Create Your Own Customized Adinkra Tees, Jackets, Hoodies, Bags, Hats & More Brought to You by Adiama Afrikan Liberation Apparel!

Dreams of Africa in Alabama: The Story of Africatown

In the summer of 1860 more than fifty years after the United States legally abolished the international slave trade, 110 children, teenagers, and young adults from Benin and Nigeria were brought ashore in Alabama under cover of night. They were the last recorded group of Africans deported to the United States. Timothy Meaher, an […]

Gold Mining as Subsistence: Ghana’s Small-Scale Miners Left Behind

Gold Mining as Subsistence: Ghana’s Small-Scale Miners Left Behind Quarterly – Cultural Survival – 07/08/2008 – 13:42

Touted as having as much as 70 percent of West Africa’s gold deposits, Ghana has, for centuries, attracted numerous foreigners seeking to trade and invest in its mineral riches. About one-sixth of the country contains extractable gold, and […]

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Visit Adiama Network Join Adiama’s exciting new online global Pan-Afrikan network today. With members in Ghana, Guinea, Mali, South Afrika, Jamaica, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, New York, Chicago, Texas, Seattle, Canada, Germany and all parts in between we are reclaiming the traditions of our ancestors and working towards the liberation of all Afrikan people! […]