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Ghadafi, Frantz Fanon and Marcus Garvey: Visions for Africa

March 6, 2011


Africa…Africa: beautiful, motherland, hungry, educated, walking, exploited, hurt, neglected, diverse. There have been many visions for Africa over the past six centuries and if one were to pop in Nas and Damian Marley‘s latest album, one may hear and listen to so many things said and told about a continent pillaged over and over again […]

Tunisia, Montreal and a Peoples’ Revolt

January 25, 2011


Tunisia: The First Wikileaks Revolution? When asked as to why Mickey Boston decided to move to Montreal from the United States, he would easily credit his migration to Montreal’s numerous gifts, one of which being art, beautiful people and multiculturalism. When Hezbollah waged war on Israel and Beirut was being bombed back to the stone-age, […]