The Congo's cobalt makes it a potential WAKANDA
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has 80% of the world's cobalt. This rare mineral is essential to lithium batteries powering our cell phones, laptops, vaping devices, electric vehicles, hoverboards, power tools, etc. Without cheap access to cobalt, the economies of the West and China would come to a screeching halt.
Africa's democracy streak offers lessons for the West
Last month presidential candidate William Ruto won Kenya’s national elections, and on Sept. 13 former president Uhuru Kenyatta peacefully handed over power to the newly elected president.
African Americans losing hard-won gains to ever-increasing minority groups
Non-African American groups claiming 'minority' recognition to cash in on funds earmarked for Blacks