Joseph Lyons was born and raised in New Berlin, Wisconsin. Currently, he is a senior at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin, with majors in English and History, and a minor in Political Science. His areas of historical interest are … Continued
Barthelemy Bazemo Since assuming office in early February 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry made his first trip to Africa from April 29-May 5. The six-day trip took him respectively to Ethiopia, South-Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) … Continued
The provincial treasurer’s office and the Saint Eloi Guest House have organized a training session in hotel services for young men and women. Thirty young people received the training. Click here to read more.
We gather here to demand the safe and unconditional return of the kidnapped girls to their families so they can continue their education. Education is a human rights issue; it should never be denied to anyone. We unequivocally call on … Continued
AFJN and other groups are holding a vigil on May 9 in solidarity with the abducted girls of Nigeria. Join us tomorrow in DC! Joint Statement in Support and Solidarity with the Abducted Girls of the Government Girls School, Chibok, Nigeria May … Continued
News reports from East Africa indicate that Ethiopian Security Forces are using live bullets against unarmed students and farmers who are protesting against Ethiopian authorities’ plan to extend the boundaries of the capital city Addis Ababa to surrounding areas. The … Continued
We are encouraged by the US Justice Department announcement, made on March 5, 2014, about the asset freeze of “$458 million in corruption proceeds hidden in bank accounts around the world by former Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha and conspirators” under the Kleptocracy … Continued