Sokari Ekine’s concern at Haitians’ dependence on outside help is alleviated when she meets a local doctor taking a stand.
Water privatization and exploitation in Africa in the name of 'development' has disastrous consequences for the continent's population, writes Sokari Ekine.
A review of Migritude, a book by Shailja Patel, described as ‘poetry as documentary, non-fiction as testimony’.
‘You cannot carry out fundamental change without a certain amount of madness.’ Thomas Sankara
After months of money-collecting and humanitarian relief, the people
made desperate by the January earthquake in Haiti have not seen a single
cent. What happened to all the donations?
Plastic shoes are lethal for those making them as well as for those wearing them, and even after theyve been discarded.
Human rights violations are taking place in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean under the guise of tourism.
Africans are leading the way in the business of recycling, says Sokari Ekine
In her many works, South African photo activist Zanele Mutholi explores the meaning of being a same-gender-loving woman in Africa.