It has been a month since arsonists murdered the Diol family, and despite hard work by law enforcement, there are no serious leads and have been no arrests. You can help!
While the United States languishes close to the bottom of the world's country in its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the west African nation of Senegal is ranked second, behind only New Zealand in its management of the crisis.
Covid-19 has disrupted student learning, and as adults it falls to us to minimize the negative impacts on our students and children.
Dr. Anne Keke offers her thoughts on the recent Afrik Impact Educational Forum.
Over the past few weeks, you might have read about ‘pandemic pods,’ and wondered what they are, and what they could mean for you and your children.
This article contains a large amount of information about sttae and local business grants, loans and other CVID-19 resources available. These programs were mentioned during last week's Afrik Impact Business Summit.
If education is an essential function of our society, close behind the medical profession even during a pandemic, then why are so many public schools closed to in-person learning? That's the provocative question Mike Miles posed during a recent talk. Listen to it here.