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Whiteness and the ‘Other’

Winslow Myers “…  if you want to be part of the solution, the road ahead is clear: Recognize you’re the enemy they need; show concern, not contempt, for the wounds of those that brought Trump to power; by all means be patient with democracy and struggle relentlessly to free yourself from the shackles of the […]

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Healing Rwanda Through Community-Based Sociotherapy

By Jean de Dieu Basabose After the genocide and war that destroyed the social fabric among Rwandans, different approaches have been used to restore hope, heal the wounds of the past and build social cohesion. “Community based sociotherapy” is one of the approaches introduced by the Byumba Anglican Diocese operating in the Northern Province of […]

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Nigeria: Beyond the Challenge of Guns and Bombs

by Charles Kwuelum The emergence of insurgents in the Northeast of Nigeria, such as Boko Haram, has generated heated discussions in both internal and external governance structures and policies, leadership and polity. The abduction of more than 200 female students at Chibok in April 2014 has led to greater attention toward peace and reconciliation, from both civil society […]

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