Match-winner Zouheir El Moutaraji of Wydad celebrates a goal in Casablanca.
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The final in Casablanca puts Caf at a crossroads about host nations and venues for matches.
Francisca Ordega of Nigeria’s legendary women’s football team.
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Twelve teams remain after the qualifying rounds of the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations - with Nigeria no longer automatic favourites as the competition diversifies.
There have been major demographic shifts in the profile of Ghana’s lawyers.
The present state of legal education in Ghana cannot be discussed without understanding its beginings.
Minority STEM majors are more likely than their white peers to switch fields.
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Colleges don’t have to sit by and watch STEM majors leave for other fields. Two Ph.D. biology students share tips for encouraging students to stick with STEM despite the difficulty involved.
Sadio Mané celebrates his Ascon-winning penalty for Senegal against Egypt.
Thanks to the growing appeal of African football stars and a dream final, Afcon is establishing itself on the world sporting map.
Nigeria’s Falcons celebrate being African women’s champions for the fifth year running, in 2006.
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The most successful women’s team in Africa, the Super Falcons emerged from a long history of protest – and continue to demand equality.
Scott is giving dozens of predominantly nonwhite schools their biggest donations ever, including Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
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Her giving style is unusual for a billionaire donor.
Biden laid out an ambitious agenda to Congress with a historic backdrop.
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Three scholars examine President Biden’s rhetoric, the symbolism and the several ambitious plans he proposed in his first address to Congress.
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Creating stability and restoring confidence in the Confederation of African Football will need to be balanced by some complex commercial decisions.
The African football landscape is eager to see if Patrice Motsepe can make a positive mark as its leader. But he faces many challenges in trying to fix African football.
Zambia-born, Botswana-raised hip hop artist Sampa the Great.
The increased migration of Africans and the global growth of hip hop culture has seen a dynamic new generation of Pan Africanism emerge.
Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho celebrates after scoring in a European football game.
While player transfers offer the chance for financial rewards, the pursuit of career progress takes a toll on footballing families.
Motsepe Foundation founder Patrice Motsepe speaks onstage during Global Citizen Presents Global Goal Live. Motsepe is running for CAF president.
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Ahmad Ahmad, president of the Confederation of African Football, was considered a shoo-in for a second term. But the entry of South Africa’s Patrice Motsepe has brought new dynamics to the race.
Tight finances have long beset HBCUs.
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Without government intervention, three experts warn, HBCUs will have a difficult time bouncing back from the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mohamed Salah of Egypt and Dean Furman of South Africa during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
FIFA’s six-month receivership in Africa has left a mark on African football.
The African Cup of Nations is the continent’s premier soccer tournament - but it’s not being broadcast on TV as usual. Behind the blackout is a tale of court rulings and sour deals.
Egyptian policemen pose in front of the Cairo International Stadium in Egypt, where Afcon takes place.
The nervous Egyptian state hopes that fan-instigated stadium riots will not occur during the Afcon, following a clampdown on some fans.
Ghana’s Asamoah Gyan at the World Cup 2014 in Brazil.
Akufo-Addo’s intervention marks a continuing move by African political leaders to use football to advance or affirm political situations.
Negative statistics about black people are widely embraced in American society – even when they are wrong.
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Negative statistics about black students may be prevalent, but they are often out of context, misleading or just plain wrong, a professor of counseling psychology argues.
An African American man in a hospital bed. Studies show that pain in African American patients is often not addressed.
Gaps in care and outcomes between African-Americans and white patients is a major concern to those who care about fairness in health care. Gaps in care also exist at end of life, too.