Category Archives for ReVision

An Afro Global View of Democracy

  As citizens of the World, we tend to romanticize movies like Titanic and those of the Mayflower and we forget that not everyone on the Mayflower was royalty. 16th and 17th century Britain was

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Shining City On A Hill: What Africa Can Learn

  I remember growing up and seeing images on tv about this place called the “Big Apple” with all its glitz and glamour and praying “Oh Lord please take me to America so I can see

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Land Issue from Another Perspective: Zimbabwe

A group of white Zimbabwean farmers is suing to stop the removal of sanctions against the Mugabe regime. They argue that the men who are on the sanctions list are responsible for their loss of property

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Human Capital Loss: African Migration to the US

Black African immigrants are among the best-educated US immigrants. African immigrants are disproportionately admitted through the diversity program — which requires immigrants to have at least a high

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Obama Son of the Soil v. Mitt Owner of the Soil: Africa 2012

A look at the US Presidential candidates and their policy toward Africa 2012 As Mitt Romney vies for the position of leader of the free world we are all wondering what his policy on Africa will look like.

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Free Online University for Anyone Anywhere

University of the People (UoPeople) http://www.uopeople.org/ is the world’s first tuition-free online university dedicated to the global advancement and democratization of higher education. The University

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