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HBCUs & African Universities as Incubators for Economic Development Prepared by: DaQuan Lawrence, Ph.D. Candidate, African Studies, Howard University December 4, 2023 Introduction: Universities as Economic Drivers for Marginalized Populations Considering Africa's significant and increasing youth population and challenges brought by the global economy,

This summary of Africa news is provided by Mike Brodo, Pivot to Africa. If you want to receive these updates directly, you can subscribe HERE. Niger’s Coup and America’s Choice: Washington Should Push for Mediation, Not Military Intervention, by Hannah Rae Armstrong (Foreign

Experts from the Center for Democracy and Development (CDD) in Nigeria, the Institute for Global Dialogue, and the African Center for the Study of the United States (ACSUS) at Wits University in South Africa will share recommendations and counsel against

By Michael Sudarkasa, CEO, Africa Business GroupAugust 2021America and Africa have a 500-year-plus long history of engagement. The US Library of Congress notes that as early as the 1500s, Africans were involved in the Age of Exploration and traveled widely.

If Americans are studying Africa, Africa needs to study America for a balanced engagement across public policy, civil society, corporate sector and at personal levels, writes Amukelani Charmaine Matsilele. American studies have been undertaken in other parts of the world but not

INTRODUCTION: With the global rise of the digital economy, Africa has become a playground for the US and China, respectively the first and second largest economies in the world by GDP. Over the past couple of years, the global competition between