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Chronicling the African Renaissance

About Olurotimi Osha

Rotimi is a Legal Research Assistant to Professor of Law and of History at The George Washington University Law School (GW Law). He attended Columbia University in the City of New York, and is a Doctor of Law Candidate at GW Law.
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Love Thy Neighbor, With All Her Hair and Skin Tone Too
1 year ago

Love Thy Neighbor, With All Her Hair and Skin Tone Too

I had an interesting conversation with a black man yesterday. It was a familiar conversation, with all too familiar themes: intent to do a DNA test to discover, which tribe …
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Time Redeems All Things: The Timeless Genius of Woman
1 year ago

Time Redeems All Things: The Timeless Genius of Woman

I enjoyed reading the book, “E=MC²: A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation,” by David Bodanis. That’s the mass-energy equivalence formula propounded by Einstein.

Are Black Women also a Double Minority in Income Inequality?
1 year ago

Are Black Women also a Double Minority in Income Inequality?

On the face of it, it appears tenable that black women in America, who experience the intersectionality of marginalization by race and gender concern themselves with the wage gap by …
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Opinion: One Great Nigeria
1 year ago

Opinion: One Great Nigeria

People are rightly aggrieved in Nigeria. Many are. Not just Igbos. In fact most Igbos, who have been able to overcome the tragedy of and fallout from the Nigerian Civil …
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