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KwabenaOforiOsei
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How the World Bank, IMF and corporations control Africa's natural resources

An Economic Hit Man Confesses and Calls to Action | John Perkins
“Debt is a cleverly managed reconquest of Africa” – Thomas Sankara
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Jason Thigpen
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Jason Thigpen
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A detailed discussion on navigating the U.S. job market.

KwabenaOforiOsei
25 Views · 4 months ago

Read excerpts from How Europe Underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney with me! This book was written in 1972 so the facts, figures, and nomenclature reflect that time. Sadly, Rodney's powerful ideas caused him to be assassinated in 1980. His works are still extremely resonant today, as the international landscape continues to evolve.

This is the first episode of The Archive, a show where we talk about history, politics, and books.

KwabenaOforiOsei
21 Views · 4 months ago

Part 1 of 3: the role of economic policies and international institutions in the 'underdevelopment' of Africa.

Howard Nicholas is senior lecturer of economics at the International Institute of Social Studies.

Recorded on October 14th 2015 in the Hague - International Institute of Social Studies.

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3xlO7zt0Os
Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06FSITmZlV0

What are the root causes of “underdevelopment” in Africa?
What is the role of trade and institutions like the IMF?
What is the role of imperialist wars and colonial legacy?
What are the hopeful social movements and initiatives in different African nations?

A critical discussion organized by:
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- International Relations Committee - ISS

KwabenaOforiOsei
10 Views · 4 months ago

The majority of the world’s cocoa comes from West Africa, but less than 1% of the world’s chocolate is actually made there. In Ghana, chocolatiers are working to decolonize cocoa and bring delicious chocolate made locally from bean to bar to chocolate lovers worldwide.

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Ancient Made
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Never 2 Early 2 Create and Innovate is a place for young Black business owners and community builders to learn the basics of building a business. The budding entrepreneurs receive coaching and support in a caring and culturally aware space.

Supported by the City of Seattle and community members, Never 2 Early 2 Create and Innovate is teaching the young entrepreneurs the principles of working together and sharing resources for the benefit of the collective. The cooperative nature of the enterprise sets the foundation for greater accomplishments by these young innovators as they grow and engage with the challenges facing the community.

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KwabenaOforiOsei
12 Views · 9 months ago

In 2021, Ghana grew 1 million tons of cocoa. But it exported most of that to Europe and North America, where it was turned into chocolate. And the big bucks are in chocolate. Trapped in a trade relationship with Europe and struggling to process chocolate itself, Ghana sees little of the industry's profits. So as chocolate companies rake in billions, cocoa farmers struggle to make a living income. We went to Ghana to see the impact on farmers and learn how local entrepreneurs are trying to keep chocolate dollars inside their country.

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