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Book Review – Neba-Fuh’s ‘Triumph of Racism’ plunges into a real shithole

Book: Triumph of Racism: The History of White Supremacy in Africa & How Shithole Entered the U.S. Presidential LexiconNumber of Pages: 678Author: Emmanuel Neba-FuhTheme: History & PoliticsPublished by: Miraclaire PublishersReviewed by: Oral Ofori for TheAfricanDream.net The book which is subtitled ‘The History of White Supremacy in Africa & How Shithole Entered the U.S. Presidential Lexicon‘ succinctly argues that before the …

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Heroes of COVID-19: encamped Kpatinga women deserve affection too

Selma Phidelia Korley is a Ghanaian entrepreneur trained at Ashesi University in the country’s capital city of Accra. She is also TheAfricanDream.net March 2021 COVID-19 heroine for her philanthropic work done amidst the global pandemic that showed compassion to people negatively impacted by COVID-19 in Ghana — especially women alleged to be witches. March 11, 2020, makes for exactly 1 …

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Faithful Servants Awards led by Bishop Adonteng Boateng honors Northern Virginia first responders

Faithful Servants Awards led by Bishop Adonteng Boateng and Fairfax County Communities of Trust Committee (COTC) on Friday, March 5, 2021, honored the Northern Virginia First Responder Agencies in a simple but beautiful and well organized event at their global headquarters in the United States. The event, dubbed Faithful Servants Awards, honors men and women working in the field of …

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Tema Konnect meetups of GhanaThink now going virtual amidst COVID-19

This year, TheAfricanDream.net is excited to be a media partner for the Tema Konnect Virtual meetups. Due to COVID-19, GhanaThink has not been organizing any Barcamps – since 2020. The good news is that GhanaThink has mostly gone virtual with its events as a way of keeping engaged with its programs including the Tema Konnect meetups. #TemaKonnect is a group for Barcamp Tema participants and …

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Heroes of COVID-19: Maame Efua De-Heer is TheAfricanDream.net February 2021 Heroine

The coronavirus, having killed over 2,328,940 persons worldwide, in a seemingly endless battle to triumph against the well-being of humans, has forced so many to reinvent their lives and priorities. There have been heroes out there, who in their small way, have aided in salvaging the gruesome situation created by this pandemic. TheAfricanDream.net in its Heroes of Covid-19 series celebrates …

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Heroes of COVID-19: Cameroonian-American Emmanuel Kulu Jnr on Kemet

The mission of TheAfricanDream.net to tell the stories of Africa and Africans from an African perspective led to the initiation of the ‘Heroes of COVID-19’ writing series in April 2020. The series celebrates individuals and organizations in defiance of the Coronavirus Pandemic carrying out their functions to fight the deadly virus, like Mr. Emmanuel Kulu Jnr. who is our January …

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