Over the last few months I’ve noticed the sunset moving across Toronto’s skyline. I know that the Northern hemisphere tilts away from the sun while heading into the winter months, but it is another thing watching this little ball of water we call a planet we live on wobble on it’s axis in real time. […]

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The iChange video challenge invites students from all over the world to apply their talents and create a powerful message about climate change and potential solutions through an original short video ad. The 30-second video ad can tell a story to raise awareness about climate change, encourage action, and/or propose potential solutions.

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This fall, Project Diaspora and the Morehouse College Department of Political Science are joining forces with an exciting new collaboration. Students enrolled in Professor Laura Seay’s Contemporary African Politics course are engaged in an in-depth study of politics and current events on the continent through traditional methods of learning like reading, hearing lectures, and in-class […]

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We here at PD, are happy to announce the start a new series of discussions here on Project Diaspora. PD:FEW stands for ‘Project Diaspora Presents: Focused Engagement Week.’ Every once in a while we will tackle a particular topic that we think is worthy of a wider discussion. One of the main tenets here at […]

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WE HEART SOCIAL MEDIA Thanks to the generosity and enthusiastic support of all our Twitter supporters, family and friends, Women of Kireka quickly tipped their $1,000 fund-raising campaign at The Point in less than 18 days. As Siena stated, after a lengthy conference call, Project Diaspora decided to lower the fund-raising goal to $1000 due to the […]

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Will you look at this. I was at dinner this week here in Kampala and ran into Jon of App+Africa fame. Turns out there’s a conference tomorrow. You know, the one we told you about a couple of weeks ago? Facebook Developers Garage Kampala at Makerere University. It’s this Saturday, December 13th. I’ll be attending, right […]

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