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Yes, it's the “largest annual international event held in the United States.” Its the annual gathering of heads of state, thought leaders, civil society members, development professionals and other industry personalities in New York for the United Nations General Assembly and other meetings. The UNGA

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Modern day Pan-Africanism, for the most part, has been synonymous with afrocentrism, and it’s been taking the West, especially the U.S. and U.K., by storm. From Wizkid’s “Closer” featuring rapper Drake rising through the charts, to people of every background donning African-print clothing and accessories

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About three weeks ago, I met up with an Ivorian-American activist for lunch. We discussed African feminism, politics, cuisine, and most importantly governance across the continent. Upon sharing our woes, we started scheming various ways to create new models of economic empowerment and development for

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