The 1963 march brought more than 250,000 people to the nation’s capital to push for an end to discrimination.
Binyavanga Wainaina attacked insulting clichés in the essay, “How to Write About Africa,” in 2005. In a posthumous collection of the same name, his range as a writer is on display.
Talking with Touria El Glaoui, its founder, about making a real difference in the careers of African artists.
Humanitarian agencies are calling for parties involved in the conflict to respect international humanitarian law as the crisis in Sudan continues. Read all
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A concerted media campaign has not done much for Beijing’s image.
Trafficked medical products kill almost half a million sub-Saharan Africans every year, and action is needed to stem the flow, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) states in its new threat assessment report.
The Central African country is wracked by war, poverty and environmental plunder — and it may be the future of the Catholic Church.
Rising insecurity and economic uncertainty in Nigeria are increasingly having an impact on retirees’ decisions not to return home to live out their twilight years in the country of their birth.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield will travel to Ghana, Mozambique and Kenya this week to advance joint priorities following December’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. Her tour, from January 25 to 29, will focus on regional security issues, food insecurity, humanitarian issues, and supporting African efforts to mitigate climate change, a senior administration official…