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Pan-African Summit: Gov. Pawlenty Urges Upgrade of America’s Perception of Africa

MINNEAPOLIS – Gov. Tim Pawlenty said earlier today that time was ripe for the upgrading of the image Americans have of Africa, a step he said would enhance investment and trade with the continent.            

In True African Fashion, Nyamal Both Transcends

From an abusive home to the unpredictable life in the foster care system, the young African woman has risen to become one of the most promising fashion designers in the Twin Cities.

Igbanugo Joins Hands with Former ‘Foe,’ Cangemi

Mark A. Cangemi and Herbert A. Igbanugo have a relationship that spans years. They were both involved in the justice system and occasionally shared a roof and sometimes had lunch together. But they were never on the same side.

Dhafer Youssef’s Music as Unique as His Birthplace, Tunisia

Music functions pragmatically, providing direction for dancers at a ball, or cueing actors on a stage performing a musical. Music creates suspense in the soundtrack of a movie and solemnity at the end of a military funeral. Sometimes music exists intrinsically for no other grander purpose. The later category defines the music of Dhafer Youssef. 

Liberia Appeals to Citizens Abroad to Invest Home

Liberian government officials and members of the private sector called on their fellow citizens abroad to return home and help rebuild their country.

Back-to-School Tax Breaks

The start of the school year is a good time to remind parents, students and teachers to save all receipts related to tax-advantaged education expenses. Good recordkeeping is essential and helps to avoid missing a deduction or credit at tax time.

Pan African Summit a Must-Attend for Small Business Owners

M. Sans L’argent is an immigrant from the nation of Togo in West Africa.  Since arriving in the United States, he has successfully operated L’argent Realty and Mortgage Services, a small real estate and mortgage brokerage in a Minneapolis suburb. With the current slow-down in the housing market and ensuing credit crisis, M. L’argent is looking for alternatives.  He is determined not to return to his previous job as a stocker in a neighborhood grocery store.

The Hardship Waiver: A Must-Have for Those With Time-Related Bars of Admissibility

In today’s immigration climate involving massive crackdowns on the employment of undocumented workers, it is practically impossible for foreign nationals to live and work in the United States without lawful status. 

Dictator Mengistu’s ‘Disciples’ Behind Anti-Ethiopia U.S. Congressional Bill

Between 1977 and 1978, tens of thousands of Ethiopians died in a nightmare labeled the “Red Terror.” In this bloody period, where Ethiopia’s former leader Mengistu Haile Mariam dictated a military state, some analysts say that up to 150,000 Ethiopians might have been gunned down in the streets of Ethiopia. 

African Prestige

I may not be a historian, but I love history. History helps me put the dots together to create a clearer perspective of what happened yesterday. By derivative reasoning, I can better understand the present. By “present” here I mean the New International World Order.

African Immigrant Conventions Need Policing

African countries are increasingly realizing that they can not alienate their citizens abroad if they are to succeed in revitalizing their economies.

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