Event: Continuing Plunder! Brutal Extraction of Africa’s Resources

The largescale transfer of wealth out of Africa drives much of today’s global affairs, and also explains much of yesterday’s. For four centuries outsiders have been plundering and carting away Africa’s natural resource wealth on an astonishing scale. The webinar will shine a light on key facets of the continuing pillaging of Africa in our time, the 21st century and will highlight how brutal this extraction remains with instigated wars, dangerous poisons, significant human and animal displacement and unsightly filth inflicting destruction on the people as well as on the fauna, flora and water sources of the once-lush environment.

Yes to Agroecology, No to Agro-colonialism

Africa Faith and Justice Network is one of the 176 organizations which signed a letter to the United Nations Secretary General, António Guterres in effort to protect Africa’s food system against large scale agribusinesses whose aim is in part to … Continued

The United States and Africa in the Trump Era

On July 13, 2017, the Center for American Progress (CAP) held an event titled “America’s Relationship with Africa in a New Era.” The panel’s discussion was largely centered around their reactions to the New York Times article about the Trump … Continued

Dislocation of Tanzanians From Their Land by Corporations: Impact on Family Life and Values A Briefing to the Tanzanian Episcopal Conference (TEC) Dar es Salaam June 20, 2017

Africans live on a land literally swimming in wealth yet most are impoverished by this wealth due to bad management, selfishness, lack of vision, a let-them-tell-us and let them-help us mentality and the them being anyone but Africans. This pervasive … Continued

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