African leaders are working together to bring about peace in Zimbabwe. Surely this is wonderful news for everybody on this planet.
White people are criticising them? France will only recognise a government led by Morgan Tsvangirai?
I've said it before and I'll say it again - we need to stop worrying about what white folks think and concentrate on ourselves.
Having said that, I enjoyed this piece.
I am concerned about African people all over the world .
With regard to Senator Obama, what I want to know is, if he is elected President, will this make a real difference to the lives of African Americans? And to the lives of African people everywhere? And if so, what difference will it make?
Obama is sounding to me like he is asking us what we want, not telling us what to want or what to do. I am impressed by this, I must admit.
As the author/publisher of Black Success Stories, I know we can learn from the example of other successful people. What I want to know is, if we vote for Obama, are we really voting for significant change for African people?
I don't have any answers. I only have questions. I want to hear your views. Join my Obama Phone-In Tuesday 19th August. Click here for details.