In Search Of the Congo Dinosaur


I never thought that I’d read anything that would make me want a creationist to be correct. I have been proved wrong. This is that thing.

Find those dinosaurs!!!

Saddle them!

Ride them to Kansas!!

In Search Of the Congo Dinosaur

In Search Of the Congo Dinosaur


I never thought that I’d read anything that would make me want a creationist to be correct. I have been proved wrong. This is that thing.

Find those dinosaurs!!!

Saddle them!

Ride them to Kansas!!

In Search Of the Congo Dinosaur

That time Mickey Mouse was a Drug Dealer


Naughty Mickey

That time Mickey Mouse was a Drug Dealer

That time Mickey Mouse was a Drug Dealer


Naughty Mickey

That time Mickey Mouse was a Drug Dealer

Q&A: France’s connections in Africa


In January 2013, France sent a few thousand troops to Mali in a bid to combat rebel fighters who had seized control of the north of the country and were threatening to advance on the capital.

The intervention shed light on some of France’s historical relationships with its former colonies. But what do the country’s historic ties with Africa say about its recent political moves?

Dr Lansine Kaba is a distinguished scholar, writer and professor of history at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. He is the recipient of the distinguished Melville J. Herskovits Prize for best work in English in African Studies.

Al Jazeera’s Heather Roy spoke to this leading historian on Africa about the France-Africa connection and what role, if any, this relationship plays today.

Superb article of continuing inteference and influence in Africa today.

Q&A: France’s connections in Africa

Q&A: France’s connections in Africa


In January 2013, France sent a few thousand troops to Mali in a bid to combat rebel fighters who had seized control of the north of the country and were threatening to advance on the capital.

The intervention shed light on some of France’s historical relationships with its former colonies. But what do the country’s historic ties with Africa say about its recent political moves?

Dr Lansine Kaba is a distinguished scholar, writer and professor of history at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. He is the recipient of the distinguished Melville J. Herskovits Prize for best work in English in African Studies.

Al Jazeera’s Heather Roy spoke to this leading historian on Africa about the France-Africa connection and what role, if any, this relationship plays today.

Superb article of continuing inteference and influence in Africa today.

Q&A: France’s connections in Africa

Morgan Tsvangirai and Opposition Politics in Zimbabwe


Morgan Tsvangirai and Opposition Politics in Zimbabwe

Morgan Tsvangirai and Opposition Politics in Zimbabwe


Morgan Tsvangirai and Opposition Politics in Zimbabwe

African Beauty: Hollywood classics get photographic remake


Hmmm. Thoughts. Having thoughts.

African Beauty: Hollywood classics get photographic remake

African Beauty: Hollywood classics get photographic remake


Hmmm. Thoughts. Having thoughts.

African Beauty: Hollywood classics get photographic remake

Culture of Illusion – Dambisa Moyo on Celebrity Bullshit.


Just a little bit of Dambisa Moyo talking about the uselessness of Celebrity Aid for Africa:

http://youtu.be/N-9b_GulbYE

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Culture of Illusion – Dambisa Moyo on Celebrity Bullshit.


Just a little bit of Dambisa Moyo talking about the uselessness of Celebrity Aid for Africa:

http://youtu.be/N-9b_GulbYE

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Functionally Literate – Opening Sentences


The most surprising aspects of the imposition of colonialism on Africa were its suddenness and its unpredictability.

African Perspectives on Colonialism, A. Adu Boahen (1987)

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Functionally Literate – Opening Sentences


The most surprising aspects of the imposition of colonialism on Africa were its suddenness and its unpredictability.

African Perspectives on Colonialism, A. Adu Boahen (1987)

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Functionally Literate – Opening Sentences


The most surprising aspects of the imposition of colonialism on Africa were its suddenness and its unpredictability.

African Perspectives on Colonialism, A. Adu Boahen (1987)