Chinese investment group plans to build a $7 billion city for tourists in Zimbabwe
Racism, as part of American culture in any institution is far from an anomaly, but what happens when the standard bearer of international journalism comes to terms with its own contribution to the oppressive construct?
Ark Republic’s first podcast interviews Nmadili Okwumabua, an urban planner and founder of research company, Sub Sahara. As a professor and researcher who travels between Atlanta and Abuja, Okwumabua advocates to expand and develop modern African architecture.
Upon the recommendation of an admirer of her work, Okwumabua converged her exhibition of African architecture with the Black Panther Marvel film into a poster series.
At a press conference held by the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM’s) Reparations Committee last week, the group’s chair, Sir Hilary Beckles, announced that an 1824 loan taken out by the British Government for restitution to British slave owners for its financial losses from the end of slavery, was just completed in 2015.
The revelation was in response to a tweet by the Government’s Treasury that said, “Millions of you helped end the slave trade through your taxes.” Beckles said that Britains have been paying off the loan for money that went to slave owners and their descendants since the nineteenth century.
UK-based charity, Oxfam reels in scandal after staff in two impoverished, black countries were accused of sexual misconduct.
Volunteers and employees paid sex workers and forced Haitians to trade sex for aid during the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake. Four employees were fired, while three resigned.
A proposal by the current U.S. Administration to offer predetermined, food stamp recipients boxed food, incites the long-standing conversation around food and justice.
A part of this history is how black farmers played a critical role in feeding communities and working towards Civil Rights and black power.
30 religious organizations called authorities to block Bajan singer, Robyn Rihanna Fenty from entering the country last week.
They allege that the singer, commonly known as Rihanna, promotes homosexuality and is a member of a security society group that controls the world called, the Illuminati.
In Yoruba, Yvette and Yvonne Rodriguez are called, ibeji, a name for twins.
Ibeji are considered to come to this world in a divine birth in the traditions of the West African people.