A 2-year-old argument about "anti-Blackness" in Cuba, which Black solidarity activists in the United States say has no basis in reality, has reared its head. TF editor Julie Varughese reports.
Digital Pan-African publisher African Stream has produced an exclusive video report on Rwandans who became orphans during the 1994 genocide. Now, they are in limbo because of U.K.-Rwanda asylum policy.
For more than two months, residents of Sinjar have protested the presence of armed groups following May’s clashes in Iraq’s Yazidi-majority district. Those clashes triggered—yet again—an exodus of Yazidi minorities seeking shelter in the Kurdish Region of Iraq (KRI). This comes as tens of thousands of Yazidis have already dealt with protracted displacement since the ISIS takeover of 2014. Alessandra Bajec reports from Iraqi Kurdistan.
Reclaiming history is not an intellectual exercise; it is a necessity, yes, with intellectual and ethical repercussions, but political and legal, as well. Surely, Palestinians do not need to re-write their own history. It is already written. It is time that those who have paid far more attention to the Israeli narrative abandon such illusions and, for once, listen to Palestinian voices, because the truth of the victim is a wholly different story than that of the aggressor, writes Ramzy Baroud.