Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(July 7, 2020)

Minnesotans help South Africans respond to COVID-19 — Americans in Africa By Kiya Edwards | KARE 11 CAPE TOWN, South Africa — From first timers to co-founders, every year, a group of Minnesotans travels to South Africa through a non-profit called Arm in Arm in Africa. One of their many projects involves distributing locally grown … Continue reading Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(July 7, 2020)

Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(May 21, 2020)

Letter From Britain: COVID-19 Devastating Black Britons — THE PuLSE INSTITUTE By Joan Blaney Constant news-updates on COVID-19 informs us in the United Kingdom about newly diagnosed patients, the daily rise in death rates and, the bravery of our frontline health care workers who risk their own lives to save others. As we enter our … Continue reading Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(May 21, 2020)

Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(May 7, 2020)

Africa’s Billionaire Entrepreneurs Are Helping the Continent Battle the Covid 19 Challenge — Africans in America By Ebimo Amungo By Ebimo Amungo As Corona Virus ravages the world, straining health systems to creaking point in America, Italy, Spain, and countries considered advanced, the world watches with trepidation as the virus makes its way slowly, but … Continue reading Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(May 7, 2020)

COVID-19 and the diaspora

This country is experiencing an event that has not been experienced in generations, if ever.  The Coronavirus pandemic has sent shock waves around the world causing havoc in government, medical, and financial systems on every continent.  Countries have struggled to manage handling the pandemic with initial breakdowns in trying to move quickly to prepare to … Continue reading COVID-19 and the diaspora

Racism and the African Diaspora

While many are fighting the battle of racism, or are simply appalled by it, in this country many fail to realize that this battle is global. All you have to do is follow the plight of people of color, those of darker hues in particular, around the world. You’ll quickly learn that something is amiss. I … Continue reading Racism and the African Diaspora