4 mn read The relationship between the church and African states has a long and complex history that dates back to the colonial era. During this time, European powers used Christianity as a tool of colonization, with missionaries playing a key role in spreading Christianity and Western values throughout Africa. The church was often complicit in the oppression and exploitation of Africans by colonial powers, with many missionaries promoting the idea of European superiority over Africans.
2 mn read There have been reports of some American evangelical organizations and individuals working in Africa to spread their anti-LGBTQ and moral agenda. Some of these groups have been accused of funding and supporting campaigns that promote discrimination against LGBTQ individuals and advocating for laws that criminalize homosexuality. These efforts have often been criticized by human rights […]
Breaking the Chains of Classism in Africa: Addressing Economic Disparities and Fostering Inclusive Growth
6 mn read The economic disparities that result from classism in Africa are complex and multi-dimensional. They are often influenced by a range of factors, including historical legacies of colonialism, unequal distribution of resources, and corrupt governance. These factors have resulted in a situation where individuals from certain social classes or economic backgrounds have limited access to education, job opportunities, and wealth, while others have access to these resources in abundance.
2 mn read Have you ever heard of people using crystals to heal their ailments or reading their horoscope to make major life decisions? Imagine if you could cure cancer by simply drinking a special potion or following a strict diet. It sounds too good to be true, and it is. From conspiracy theories to miracle cures, pseudoscience seems to be everywhere these days. But how can you tell what’s real and what’s just a load of mumbo jumbo? Pseudoscience claims like these can be dangerous, offering false hope and potentially putting lives at risk.
3 mn read Many ancient matriarchal structures in Africa practiced female husbandry, where women attained wives and assumed economic responsibility over the children.