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Cameroon: Life without a Political Solution

      Cameroon, once peaceful and regarded as a model of stability in Africa, is now in crisis. Since a full political union in 1972 with French-speaking Cameroon which ended federalism, the English-speaking minority, estimated at 4 million and concentrated in the North-West and South-West regions, has felt marginalized, economically disenfranchised, and discriminated against. […]

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AKA Sorority Establishes Endowment at TSU

Tennessee State University is the latest HBCU recipient of financial support from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and its Educational Advancement Foundation.  The service organization continued its commitment of creating a $100,000 endowment at each of the nation’s four-year historically Black universities and colleges with a donation to TSU President Glenda Glover. […]

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Driving While Black: Police Continue to Profile, Stop and Search African American Drivers

     “What’s particularly damning about this data is that police were more likely to search Black people than white people yet found contraband in only 41 percent of searches of Black people compared to 72 percent of the searches of white people,” he said. Takei continued: “In other words, the police have a pattern of stopping and searching Black people in circumstances where they would simply let white people go. […]