"Welcome",  is about slavery, repression and human rights abuses. Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.  Photo taken on August 21, 2011

On November 13, 2016, I attended a Christian church fellowship in Brooklyn, New York,  at the Brown Memorial Baptist Church. Brown Memorial Baptist Church, that is celebrating 100 year-anniversary of its creation, has played a key role in the American Civil Rights movement. Along with other major African-American churches, such as the South Carolina Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church (see here), the Church leaders and members rallied, comforted, and gave hope to millions of African-Americans and minorities and served as a pillar of strength to lean on during trying times.

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Mob of South Africans Targeting African Migrants

Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini,  addressing a recent gathering of his subjects, said, according to the media,  that "foreigners should pack their bags and go"  because they are taking jobs from South African citizens. Immediately, mobs of unemployed South Africans, mostly young men, took to the streets and started attacking African migrants in the port city of Durban.

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Nelson Mandela

The icon of the struggle against oppression , Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, passed away today December 5, 2013. As the South African President Jacob Zuma said, Although we knew that this day would come, nothing can diminish our sense of a profound and enduring loss. His tireless struggle for freedom earned him the respect of the world.

The death of Nelson Mandela should be an occasion, not only to mourn the loss of the person who epitomizes the success of overcoming oppression, but also to reflect on our own struggles against oppression, wherever it is and wherever and whoever we are.

While thinking about Mondela’s struggle against oppression, one question came to my mind: “Is there oppression that is not deliberate or by design?

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The World As We Live It

The World turns and we turn with it. As they say “Emotions and intuition make the World turn, Intelligence and judgment make the World turn at the right speed.” Here we are, trying to figure out what we can do to make the world not only turn, but also stay on the right course. To make good judgment, we need to be informed. Where do we get information? From you the readers and the news makers. Enjoy our pages and ... Come back often!

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Beyond Ethnic Politics and Fear: Hutu, Tutsi, and Ethnicity in Rwanda

Beyond Ethnic Politics and Fear: Hutu, Tutsi, and Ethnicity in Rwanda
by Felicien Kanyamibwa, PhD.

New Jersey, USA, May 19, 2009.

INTRODUCTION

Fifteen years after the small nation of Rwanda experienced one of the worst tragedies of the modern history, the core problems remain unresolved. While most people, including Great Lakes Region experts, humanitarian and human rights organizations, diplomats, intelligence services, and Great Lakes region nationals agree on the social roots of the problems, they disagree on the solutions. The agreement that
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