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Putting Color into the U.S. Foreign Policy Debate #HUEDebate

by HUE, LLC Calling all foreign policy wonks! HUE, a progressive consultancy committed to amplifying the voices, opinions, and experiences of people of color, invites you to take to Twitter and livetweet the next Presidential Debate with us October 22 at 9pm EST/8pm CST/6pm PST using the #HUEDebate hashtag. On Monday, October 22, 2012, President Barack Obama and Governor […]

A few years ago I had the privilege of visiting Equatorial Guinea, a small country on the Central West African coast.  In the capital city of Malabo I met incredible women and men persevering to feed, clothe, and educate their children on less than on dollar per day.  Most suffered from malaria and typhoid fever, […]

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By Muriam Haleh Davis Africa, as Friedrich Hegel and Nicolas Sarkozy have lamented, never managed to enter the march of history. Regardless, in the next month, it will play a staring role in the World Cup.  Not quite a free pass through the pearly gates of universal subjecthood, but close. Undoubtedly, soccer has always been […]

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