In Remembrance/celebration of Alhaji Hon. Omar Baru Sey (1941-2018)
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By Prof Abdoulaye Saine, Miami University, Oxford Ohio Hon. Omar Sey, passed away Friday, March 2, and today, April 8, 2018, marks forty days since his passing- unbelievable. Born in Basse to an enterprising Fula family in the early 1940s, Omar attended St. Augustine’s High, and Yundum College before proceeding to the United States of America in the early 1960s. Following his studies at Temple University, Omar would return home in 1969, as lecturer in educational psychology at Yundum College- it is where our paths crossed. A trailblazer, Omar had returned home shortly after

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The Siege of Qatar
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  By Sener Akturk Istanbul—The timing of a significant political development could hardly coincide with a more meaningful anniversary: June 5, 2017, the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War, saw Arab autocracies, including the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.), Saudi Arabia and Egypt,

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Richard Wright and the Dilemma of the Ethical Criminal: Can One Live beyond Good and Evil?
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By Floyd W. Hayes, III, PhD Retired Senior Lecturer Coordinator of Programs and Undergraduate Studies Center for Africana Studies Johns Hopkins University 3400 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 Fwhayes3@jhu.edu This paper was presented at the Collegium of African American Research Conference, Malaga, Spain, June13-16, 2017. The author: Floyd W. Hayes, III (Ph.D., University of Maryland) is Retired Senior Lecturer

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