United States President Barack Obama’s November 6 visit to India has brought into the forefront the long-running issue of what development philosophy is appropriate for each developing region, especially Africa where there hasn’t been any clear-cut development philosophy.
This contest is very important to Rama, as she views it as a forum to use her voice, to reach far and wide, and shine the light on issues, seldom discussed such as poverty and orphans in third-world countries.
SPECIAL INTERVIEW (Part 3) Development/Africa Kofi Akosah-Sarpong continues his discussions with Prof. George Ayittey on his argument that US President Barack Obama’s Accra proclamation that Africa’s future is in Africans hands is an “intellectual vindication” for the “Internalist School” of African development Q. Did the “Internalist School” demonstrate that African intellectuals have finally come out [...]
By Frank T. Scruggs The Afro News International Across the world today many people have come to believe that with the election of Barack Obama to the Office of President of the United States that somehow racism magically vanished. Many institutions in North America still retain a culture that favors white males over everyone else. [...]