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Human Trafficking and Trauma in the Digital Era

Human Trafficking and Trauma in the Digital Era

Eritrean refugees crisscross between countries in the Horn of Africa and North Africa in search of a safe place. Along their journeys, they are looted, threatened, intimidated, violated, and held for ransom. 

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Blood Ties

Blood Ties

Blood Ties depicts South Africa’s Cape Town minus the varied neighborhoods and complexities that characterize large cities. But the novel provides the setting in which two high school girls try to carve out lives in the most disadvantaged sector.

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African Philosophy and Thought Systems

African Philosophy and Thought Systems

"...the book is a well-researched and comprehensive overview of the African philosophy debate. It is written in an accessible language and will make a good paedagogical text. But even beyond its use at universities, it provides interesting original perspectives and insights for scholars of African philosophy."

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Protest Journalism As a Literary Genre

Protest Journalism As a Literary Genre

The Anglophone Problem in Cameroon is well known and well documented by academics, journalists and writers. The current protests of the marginalistion of the English language, educational and legal traditions by teachers and lawyers in the South West and North West regions of Cameroon are building on a long tradition of expression of discontent by Anglophone Cameroonians. The following article, first published in 1996, shows how Anglophone journalists and writers of have expressed the concerns of their community.

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