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Beyond the Bridge: The Suppression Never Ended

BY JESSE JACKSON January 27, 2015 The stirring film Selma ends with Dr. King leading civil rights marchers across the bridge and to passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. It will help a new generation of Americans appreciate that historic accomplishment. But what should not be forgotten is that the passage of the Voting Rights Act wasn’t the ...

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Inside Asiedua’s chest: I know who the arsonists are .

Source: Akosua Asiedua | akosuaasiedua15@yahoo.co.uk After the killing of Chalie Hebdo journalists in France, I heard many Ghanaian journalists ask: what have we learned from this killings? My answer was simple. Nothing! How secure are our media houses? I could only answer this one with a question: is the country itself secure? I gave these answers because, as a country ...

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Fifi Kwetey, Is It Ignorance Or Propaganda?!

Ghanaweb Columnist: Akwaa, Nana Kwadwo JOHN AGYEKUM KUFUOR IS THE BEST EVER Arguably, Ex-President Agyekum Kufuor can be said to be the best ever in the history of Ghana or can be said to be equally as good, in terms of achievements as Ex-President Kwame Nkrumah. This can be said, especially by comparing the achievements of the two in terms ...

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Abla Dzifa Gomashie – My Person of the Year 2014

Culled from Ablah Dzifs Gomashies’s Facebook wall. Abla Dzifa Gomashie – My Person of the Year 2014 The last article for my Mirror column in 2014 was a plea to government communicators to tell it as it is to the people. The premise was that we, the people need credible information on which to make informed judgment and choices. I ...

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YOU CAN KILL THE REVOLUTIONARY, BUT YOU CANNOT KILL THE REVOLUTION.. I REMAIN RESOLUTE.

“The Reflections of an NDC activist” In my moments of absolute tranquility, I find a thousand reasons why I should quit politics and venture into something else that will shield me completely away from the naked dangers that I am currently exposed to in politics. For a young lady who entered politics fundamentally because she was inspired and motivated by ...

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Because I have to believe – Sydney Casely-Hayford

Mahama gave us light for Xmas and we all accepted the bribe; he forgot to instruct the Ghana Water Company to do same. Reminded me so much of Kutu Acheampong. And I didn’t join the “Shatta Movement” at December to Remember on 24th night. These “Shatta-ians” were doing cartwheels, throwing themselves on the floor, jumping higher than Gazelles in heat ...

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Kwasi Kyei Darkwah Epitomizes the Typical Ghanaian Male!

By Daniel K. Pryce When Kwasi Kyei Darkwah, a celebrated radio and television personality in Ghana, was recently accused of rape by Ewuraeffe Orleans Thompson, a woman thirty years younger than the accused, the incident brought to the fore a smorgasbord of emotions concerning the licentious abuse of women by ostensibly powerful men in androcentric societies. My decision to write ...

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Fostering a Climate for Racial Justice

By:Ian Monroe Founding CEO, Oroeco Climate change is not primarily an environmental issue. It’s taken me a decade of working on energy and development in 20 countries to realize this. Yes, over half of Earth’s species are in danger of extinction from our current pace of climate disruption. But what makes the imperative to immediately act on climate most compelling is what a warmer ...

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