What My Mother Taught Me About the Value of Being a Woman

My mother has taught me to live life with open hands. To be a custodian, rather than the owner, of my blessings. There is no better place to start than one’s mother when speaking of women who have inspired you. My mother, Marie or "mère" as the whole family calls her,  is probably one of... Continue Reading →

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Bisila Bokoko and MacDella Cooper to Deliver Keynote Addresses at the 5th Annual Young African Leadership Symposium in NYC

The Council Of Young African Leaders will host the 5th annual CUNY Young African Leadership Symposium (YALS) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Manhattan, New York. This year’s theme Transforming Africa Through Partnerships will focus on the importance of public and private partnerships, within the African community and abroad. The Young African Leadership... Continue Reading →

Internet Domain Name .Africa faces hurdles

“TSBhe delay that .Africa has encountered is an unfortunate situation, but for the interest of truth, justice and transparency, it is better for Africans and other stakeholders to be reassured that the global mechanisms of Internet Governance as represented by ICANN are accountable for the public good and global public interest. We sincerely think that these bigger issues are actually more compelling, and profoundly outweigh any potential “benefits to be derived from rolling out domain names quicker”.

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