When the fear of Ebola is coupled with ignorance, our children end up paying a high price

Ousmane Dramé with his two sons at the press conference By Isseu Diouf Campbell On October 24, 2014 two Senegalese brothers were brutally beaten at I.S. 318 Elementary School in the Bronx while the perpetrators shouted “Ebola”. This incident, many … Read More

“Eric Duncan did not come to America to seek care for Ebola” fiance’s spokesperson

Saymendy Llyod, spokesperson of Louise, fiancé of Eric Duncan who died of Ebola, in Texas, on October 8, 2014 Related Images:

Nigeriens in America denounce lack of freedom of expression and democracy in Niger

By Isseu Diouf Campbell Nigeriens converged in front the UN headquarters, Saturday, June 14, 2014, to protest against the lack of freedom of expression and democracy in Niger lead since April 7, 2011 by president Mahamadou Issoufou. Protesters came from … Read More

South Africa: Nelson Mandela Foundation eulogises Maya Angelou

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[column width=”47%” padding=”6%”] Cape Town, South Africa (PANA) – The Nelson Mandela Foundation has paid a glowing tribute to poet and author Maya Angelou, who died Wednesday at the age of 86. Angelou, who rose from poverty, segregation and violence … Read More

Nigerien fashion designer Alphadi calls for development of textile industry and fashion in Africa

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1 2 ► Lomé, Togo (PANA) – Nigerien fashion designer, Alphadi, who opened a boutique in Brooklyn last year, called this week for the development of the textile industry and fashion in Africa. Alphadi, whose real name is Sidhamed Seidnaly, … Read More