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Human rights are "commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being .
In their fight for independence, African peoples drew upon human rights standards to justify their struggle. On account of colonization, African people suffered from years of oppression and gross human rights abuses. As such, they used their struggle to expose these abuses and fight for their liberation. The sacrifices made by such countries. But many years after independence, the situation of human rights in Africais generally reported to be poor, and it is seen as an area of grave concern according to the UN, governmental, and non-governmentalobservers. Even if , many nations have at least nominally recognized basic human rights for all citizens,
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Each week on Youth Initiatives on African Views Radio we strive to connect you to guests who work in institutions to create opportunity and foster innovation, creative thinking, joy and hope among Africa’s burgeoning youth population.This week we are privileged to feature, in collaboration with Yale University, African student leaders from Yale’s campus, to reflect on the roles that their unique perspectives play in a university environment in the United States, and to talk about th
Goiter is a swelling in the neck due to Thyroid disorders. These particular diseases are common in African communities affecting one in four individuals predominantly females. The thyroid is a two-lobed endocrine butterfly-shaped gland which is located at the base of the neck. This gland, which is part of the endocrine system, secretes different hormones (principally thyroxin and triiodothyronine) that regulate the rates of metabolism, growth and development. Thyroid also produces the hormone
Listen to The African History Network Show, Thurs. Oct. 31st, 8pm-11pm EST as we discuss, the essons learned from TLC Documentary “Crazy, Sexy, Cool”. @TheAHNShow #TheAHNShow
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1 Hour – Did you see the movie about R&B/Hip-Hop Group TLC, “Crazy, Sexy, Cool” on VH1? They talked about their terrible contract they had and how they went bankrupt even though they sold 10 million albums? We’ll also share an article from Rapper/Actor/Producer David Banner which gives money advice to aspiring entertainers.
2nd Hour – 10 Ways We Know The Ancient Egyptians Were Black
3rd Hour – Also recent article discussed how most European-Americans (White People) think that African-Americans are better off financially than they actually are.
Detroit: Friday, Nov. 1st - Sunday, Nov. 3rd Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show is doing 3 lectures in the Detroit area. All of them are FREE - Donations will be accepted. The African History Network will have DVDs on Sale. PLEASE bring the youth. If they don't show up it's because you didn't bring them. This message will Empower and transform them. Visit http://tinyurl.com/k2vfa8e for more details.
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Last week in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the African Youth Decade Alliance celebrated African Youth Day by launching their ambitious "Five and Five Campaign." The campaign raises awareness and promotes action among youth for the Youth Decade Plan of Action. The African Youth Decade Alliance is a continental platform made up of youth networks from around the continent. We'll be speaking this week with Freddy Lutonadio, Secretary of the African Youth Decade Alliance and Program O
2009-2018 has been labeled by the African Union as the "African Youth Decade," a period to accelerate progress towards the African Youth Charter (AYC) outlined in 2006. The AYC has been signed and ratified by some, but not all, of the member states of the African Union. As the discussions around the Millennium Development Goals have indicated, such a framework for action is not achieved by itself. It requires the constant effort and vigilance of active media and concerned citi
This program is hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
On may 14, 2013 Kenyan citizen will protest peacefully by occupying Parliament in order to express their disagreement over MPs decision to increase their salaries. In many countries, civil societies, most of time led by youth movements are demanding more, sometimes going in the streets to have their voices heard and their opinions taken into account. Sometimes they assist in silence to some actions that don't benefit. This week we will focus on the upcoming Occupy Parliament Movement in Kenya and will analyze what our civil society needs and lacks to be watchdog of our countries welfare.
This is a special broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
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