The goal of Africa Talks is always to put the audience first. To help meet that goal, I’m excited to announce the launch of a brand new version of the site. You, the audience, will get to experience a simple, clean, responsive and interactive site.
What role did the media play during the
#EbolaOutbreak? Here's a summary: http://www.africa-talks.com/2014/12/22/the-ebola-outbreak-in-west-africa/ … #UnitedAgainstEbola pic.twitter.com/RBVYcHSA7C
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@HabitatGV! We've republished @HabitatRestoreP's story: http://www.africa-talks.com/?p=2883&preview=true … #Malawi #Africa pic.twitter.com/MX8YigAm9z
Excited to announce the launch of a brand new version of the site. Take a tour & let us know what you think.
#Africa http://www.africa-talks.com/welcome-to-the-newly-designed-africa-talks-com/ …
@dployio! As part of an independent research project @Africa_Talks' website is undergoing a transformation. pic.twitter.com/aoGscATRuL
A Disease Conduit:
#Bushmeat’s Role in Spreading Epidemics. #Ebola #HIV #AIDS #Africa
http://www.africa-talks.com/2014/08/25/a-disease-conduit-bushmeats-role-in-spreading-epidemics/ … pic.twitter.com/SBqvF2exA6
@Africa_Talks: #Education as a Potent Weapon: Unleashing the Power of Girls @girlrising http://www.africa-talks.com/2014/08/13/education-as-a-potent-weapon-unleashing-the-power-of-girls/ … pic.twitter.com/rCNgiAsuNn
What are the Real Drivers of Conflict in Parts of
#Africa? @USouthFlorida's Dr. Kissi Explains http://www.africa-talks.com/2014/07/22/what-are-the-real-drivers-of-conflict-in-some-parts-of-africa-dr-edward-kissi-explains/ … pic.twitter.com/D1LuegDlgB #Race and #Identity in Post- #Apartheid #SouthAfrica: The Story of a Girl’s Journey. #NelsonMandelaDay
Updated post incl. an event at
@JesseAuditorium at @MizzouNews where @DrMayaAngelou was the featured speaker in 2011. http://www.africa-talks.com/2014/05/29/maya-angelou/ … #Crowdsourcing for final paper - Western #Media and the Coverage of a Complex Continent: #Africa #Journalism #Journo http://www.africa-talks.com/?p=2046
How did the events in
#Somalia in the 1900s dampen the enthusiasm for #US humanitarian intervention? http://shar.es/Fcd95
#TampaBay #Ethiopian Community express their sorrow & outrage. #Ethiopia #Saudi #Diaspora #SomeoneTellSaudiArabia http://africa-talks.com/2013/12/03/saudi-arabias-abuse-of-ethiopian-workers/ … #African #Journalists Discuss the Challenges and Future of #Journalism in their Countries. http://africa-talks.com/2013/11/29/african-journalists-discuss-the-challenges-and-future-of-journalism-in-their-countries/ … #EdwardMurrow
A panel discussion about the communal and global implications of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was held at the University of South Florida in Tampa on Nov. 25. Below is a summary of my contribution during the event.
In this video interview, Dr. Mark Walters, a professor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg at the Department of Journalism and Media Studies, discusses his experiences in Gabon while conducting research through Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994.
I am fundamentally an optimist. Whether that comes from nature or nurture, I cannot say. Part of being optimistic is keeping one’s head pointed toward the sun, one’s feet moving forward.
From inter-religious violence in the Central African Republic which has been labeled as “pre-genocide,” to inter-ethnic violence in South Sudan claiming thousands of lives and displacing over a million from the newest country of the world, various regions in Africa are enduring disastrous conflicts.