American Adoption & African Child Abductions

23rd October 2018 BY Chinemerem Onyeukwu

“So What’s The Issue With Some International Adoptions?” Since the inception of European imperial forces into Africa, kidnapping and abduction have been a centrepiece in systems of oppression. This does not mean that colonizing whites were originators of these crimes, but that they innovated them in a manner that exploded these criminal occurrences. This legacy still haunts the continent today…

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Hi Auntie! A Diaspora At Odds (Spoiler Alert )

19th February 2018 BY Chinemerem Onyeukwu

It is finally out; Marvel’s “Black Panther” premiered on Friday and was met with a fanfare of excitement and praise. Despite massively organized social media campaigns to derail the film’s reception, Black Panther has been received by both critics and the general public as the best project brought forth by Marvel Studios. For many, especially black viewers, this film represents…

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Africom & America’s Unspoken Wars In The Motherland

3rd November 2017 BY Chinemerem Onyeukwu

With the recent deaths of 4 US military personnel in Niger, the United States and the world has been thrown into a much-needed conversation about US troop deployment around the globe, specifically in Africa. From lawmakers to the common American citizens many are wondering exactly why the United States has a military presence on the continent of Africa and what…

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Nigeria: A Case for Confederacy

2nd October 2017 BY Chinemerem Onyeukwu

Should Nigeria reorganize its governing structures? Today Nigeria is the largest representative democracy in Africa, with a population of almost 200 million people. Nigeria also wields the largest economy in Africa and the 24th in the entire world (2016). The West African Nation is endowed with an abundance of resources from vast oil reserves to natural gas and coal. With…

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