Burkina Faso gives way to justice / by Julio Morejon Tartabull

Havana (Prensa Latina) Paraphrasing an African sentence, it could be affirmed that in Burkina Faso “no matter how high the grass grew, it failed to hide the truth”, regarding the assassination of President Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara in 1987. Almost three and a half decades after the assassination of the president and a group ofContinue reading “Burkina Faso gives way to justice / by Julio Morejon Tartabull”

NATO and Africa: A Relationship of Colonial Violence and Structural White Supremacy / by Djibo Sobukwe

NATO is the means of continuing colonial aggressions against African countries. Considering the public media attention and concern about possible expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), it is worth reminding people about NATO’s bloody history in Africa. NATO was founded in 1949 after WWII at a time when African countries were still underContinue reading “NATO and Africa: A Relationship of Colonial Violence and Structural White Supremacy / by Djibo Sobukwe”