Trump's team sent four pages of questions about Africa to the State Department. Some of those questions are about Bush's African AIDS treatment program.
Countless girls are tortured and mutilated in the name of religion and ethnic traditions...
Raising awareness is different from raising fears. That's important to keep in mind as you watch or read the mainstream media coverage of the growing Ebola crisis in Africa. What's also important to keep in mind: the mainstream media thrive on fear.
Africa isn't just the place where 'The Lion King' was filmed and Madonna shops for orphaned babies. It's economy and culture are growing in global influence, and old stereotypes are being laid to waste. Is this the beginning of an African Renaissance?