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Although women, have in recent history, made great strides in political and social development across the globe, there is still a lot to be done.
Nnamdi Ajah Okoronkwo was recently appointed to the Minneapolis City Attorney’s office as an Assistant City Attorney. He joins a team of 56 other assistants and is a graduate of Augsburg College. He began his appointment on December 4th 2006.
A simple GPS receiver, a memory stick and a couple of clickable buttons all embedded in the heel of a shoe. You can be running, walking, flying, jumping, but as long as you are wearing this new high-tech shoe, its GPS location is being recorded on a regular basis.
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Feb. 11 – In an apparent trade of fortunes between Kenya and South Africa at this year’s U.S.A. Sevens Rugby tournament in San Diego’s PETCO Park, South Africa took home the competition’s second highest trophy – the Plate – after a 28-19 win over Scotland.
Islam is growing fast among African Americans, who are undeterred by increased scrutiny of Muslims in the United States since the September 11 attacks, according to imams and experts.
The issue of further reforming Ghana’s education system raises interesting questions in the context of the on-going debate about integrating Ghanaian/African values and experiences in Ghana’s development process.
Some of the most important threats to democracy in Africa are the International Republican Institute (IRI), USAID and other international NGO’s that are directly funded by the United States Congress.
The search for the East Africa political federation’s National Anthem is on.
The 19th Annual Multicultural Forum on Work Place Diversity was hosted at the St Paul River Center on February 20th and 21st 2007. The event is an initiative of the University of St Thomas and was co-hosted by the National Black MBA Association and Thomson Corporation.
“Eleda Eda Li Olorun Ni Da Ni” “The Creator made us with different qualities”. This Yoruba saying rings true for a young enterprising business woman, Joyce Iyawe.
Like many Eritreans living in Minnesota, Almaz Ghilagaber has lost relatives to war—perhaps too many to name.