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Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent (the first being Asia).

Headlines

https://qz.com/1201975/african-universities-should-use-african-languages-not-just-english-french-and-portuguese/
https://projekte.sueddeutsche.de/paradisepapers/politik/kofi-annan-on-corruption-in-africa-e783888
Youth Leadership Platform: Rewriting the African Narrative with Gilmore Tee
#PodcastOfTheWeek Does the African narrative need to be rewritten? @GilmoreTee & @SLR_Goncalves on @YLPCliffCentralhttp://bit.ly/2yjI8Xl
burkina-faso-coup
hidden-positive-travel-and-tourism-stories-about-africa
Africa Tourism Report 2013

Celebrations

May 25 Africa Day celebrates the birth of the Organisation of African Unity, May 25, 1963
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Liberation_Day
http://africaday.ie

Twitter

Travelwires
http://twitter.com/WADiscoveryLtd
https://twitter.com/RETOSAOnline
https://twitter.com/HenryLouisGates
Africaeconomist
@GreenAfricaDir


Recommended Listening

Afropop

Nile Project -
In Africa we have this problem. We don't listen to each other
http://www.afropop.org/26213/inside-the-nile-project/

https://soundcloud.com/afropop-worldwide/inside-the-nile-project-1#t=23:00
https://twitter.com/afropopww
https://twitter.com/NileProject

'Oh alleh adigi digi digi! Oh alleh alo eih alo ah!' We're just getting started! #NileChoir
http://www.afropop.org/26213/inside-the-nile-project

http://nileproject.org/support

Africa's Civilizations (2017)

http://www.pbs.org/weta/africas-great-civilizations/watch-video
#AfricasCivilizationsPBS

https://twitter.com/HenryLouisGates

Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. introduces viewers to the African continent through a series of expansive views and myth-busting revelations. His six-hour exploration of the African past begins at the origins of human existence. Through anthropological and scientific discoveries viewers learn that Africa is the genetic home of all currently living humanity. Only between 80,000 and 50,000 years ago did some of humanity's common ancestors leave the continent to spread across the rest of the world. These great African migrations culminated in the diverse global peoples and societies that viewers know today. Beginning with this great revelation, Gates then traces the roots of agriculture, writing, artistic expression, and iron working to their birthplaces on the continent.