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New Book Offers Tips On How Children Can Overcome Mathematics Phobia

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Africa American former teacher, Valerie D. Johnson has launched her new book which is aimed at helping children to overcome anxiety and phobia for mathematics. The book entitled, “1 2 3 Count with Me on Granddad’s Farm”, was written essentially to ignite a love of math in all children. According to her, […]

15 EU Countries Call For European Gas Price Cap

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Fifteen countries in the European Union (EU) have called for an EU-wide gas price cap as an emergency measure against high energy prices in a letter to Energy Commissioner, Kadri Simson. The letter, on Wednesday, called for an immediate proposal for a maximum price for gas which should apply to deliveries from […]

African Municipal Officials Embark On Study Tour Of Two Scandinavian Cities

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Representatives of 11 African cities have begun a study tour of two Scandinavian cities to learn about people-centered solutions to urban planning and development. The 4-day trip to Copenhagen in Denmark and Malmö in Sweden is sponsored by the Urban and Municipal Development Fund. The Fund is hosted by the African Development […]

Foundation Launches New Fund To Tackle Systemic Inequities In Central Texas

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Austin Community Foundation has announced the launch of The Black Fund, a new giving network that aims to unleash the power of Black-led organizations and uplift solutions to benefit the Black community in Central Texas. The Foundation brings together philanthropists, dollars and ideas to build a better Austin today and tomorrow. It […]

EU Reaffirms Commitment To Global Green Transition

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The European Union (EU) Commission has reaffirmed its commitment to playing its role in efforts aimed at advancing the global green transition. President of EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen gave the assurance while speaking at the Global Citizen Festival in New York. The festival which was held at the sidelines of […]

UN Body Receives Additional $42m Donation From LEGO Foundation, Germany, USA

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The LEGO Foundation, Germany and the United States have announced the donation of an additional $42 million to support the interventions of Education Cannot Wait (ECW), the United Nations global fund for education in emergencies and protracted crises. The ECW supports quality education outcomes for refugees, internally displaced and other crisis-affected girls […]

Alleged Sex Abuse: Archdiocese Investigates 3 Retired Chicago Priests

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The archdiocese of Chicago asked three retired priests to stay out of ministry while it investigates allegations of sexual abuse of minors from nearly 50 years ago. News release from the archdiocese on Monday revealed that the allegations against Revs. John J. Rudnik, 87; James E. Flynn, 80; and John W. Clemens, […]

Germany Donates Additional €10m To Boost ECW’s Funding Of Education Ukraine

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The German Government has donated additional €10 million to further support the efforts of Education Cannot Wait (ECW), particularly in the funding of projects in Ukraine’s education sector. The ECW is the United Nations (UN) global fund for education in emergencies and protracted crises. It supports quality education outcomes for refugee, internally […]

African American Author Harps On Hidden Battles Behind Smiling Faces

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – African American visionary author, Tanya White has said that everyone is fighting an ugly battle behind their beautiful smiles. White currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky. She is the host of the Real Talk With Tanya White radio show that was extremely popular on Blog Talk Radio and has found a new station […]

Female Author Launches Two New Books To Inspire African American Women

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – A renowned African-American writer, marriage and family counselor, Femeca Grant has unveiled two of her new self-help books to encourage women, particularly those that have gone through setbacks. The books entitled, “Her Story’ and Your Story: Inspirational Self-Compassion Journal”, to inspire more African American women to tell their stories. Available both as […]

Nigeria Records Over $1.7billion Exports To US In 2020 – Buhari

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – President Muhammadu Buhari has described the United States as Nigeria’s main trading partner and one of ‘‘our most important diplomatic partners,’’ underscoring the need for concerted efforts to increase the volume of bilateral trade. Buhari spoke at a meeting with the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU) at the Nigeria International Economic […]

New Book Celebrates Unsung World’s Top African American Wrestling Champions

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – A recently unveiled book has uncovered the untold stories of world’s top African American professional wrestling champions. The book entitled, “Pro Wrestling’s Black World Champions”, is co-authored by the late Julian L.D. Shabazz, historian and leading authority on the history of African-American wrestlers, and his brother professor and scholar David L. Shabazz. […]

Climate Ministerial Meeting Sets Agenda For COP27

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt, stakeholders, ministers and development experts have cautioned against turning the conference into a mere talking shop of promises. Speakers from Africa and other developing parts of the world, gave the warning at the 2nd ministerial meeting on climate and development held on […]

Africans Converge In Kansas For Talks On Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Delegates from Ghana, Kenya, and other African countries will converge in Kansas City to brainstorm on salient issues surrounding the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. The long overdue meeting is of utmost importance and in tandem with the vision of The United Nations Decade of People of African Descent. The slave trade regularly used […]

Climate Change: Buhari Reiterates Commitment To Nigeria’s Energy Transition Plan

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday in New York restated the commitment of the Nigerian government towards ensuring that there was a rapid and strategic transition to renewable energy in response to the world-wide efforts for the preservation of the environment. Speaking at a Leaders” Closed-Door Meeting on Climate Change convened by the […]

Buhari Bids Farewell To UNGA, Vows To Entrench Free, Fair Elections

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday in New York vowed to entrench a process of free, fair, transparent and credible elections through which Nigerians elect leaders of their choice. In his farewell speech to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as President, he told the 77th session that next year, there would be […]

Biden To Address UN On 2nd Day Of General Assembly

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – U.S President, Joe Biden is due to address the 77th General Debate of the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday. In a break with tradition, Biden’s appearance came on the second day of the high-level annual diplomatic event instead of the first, the delay was due to Biden’s attendance of […]

U.S House Of Reps Pass Bipartisan Legislation To Promote Quality Education Globally

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The United States House of Representatives has passed the bipartisan and bicameral bill which seeks to advance quality basic education around the world. Introduced by House Foreign Affairs Africa Subcommittee Chair, Karen Bass (D-CA) and Ranking Member Chris Smith (R-NJ), the Reinforcing Education Accountability in Development (READ) Act Reauthorization of 2022, reauthorizes […]

Hungarian Don Wins Oslo Varsity Human Rights Award

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – A renowned and erudite Hungarian historian and professor of Gender Studies at Central European University, Andrea Pető has won the University of Oslo Human Rights Award for the 2022 fiscal year. UiO’s Human Rights Award is given out annually during Oslo Peace Days as a recognition of personal efforts and active involvement […]

Myanmar Military Threatens Jail For Online ‘Likes’ For Opponents

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) –  Myanmar’s ruling junta, on Tuesday, warned the public against showing moral support for a “terrorist” resistance movement. The junta also threatened jail terms of up to 10 years just for liking or sharing its content on social media. Myanmar has been plagued by violence since the military seized power in 2021 with […]

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