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About Us – Africa Forum

Africa Forum is the media site of Africa Research dedicated to news, feature and forum commentary. Using internet events aggregation protocol, we harness an extensive poll of relevant issues and resource stratagems for collective evolution of Africa and world humanity.

Editorial Policy

The Editors are proud to present Africa Forum – Africa Research – News View as a weekly information sharing and analytical network collating and publishing online resources in accordance with ‘fair use’ clause of international copyright law. To this end subsists our declaration that the photos, videos and information that appear on the website are analyzed and shared for purposes of ‘criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research’ in accordance with Section 107 of Title 17 of the US Code.

In titling, we make weighty statements preceding balanced, professional assessments, while espousing summaries of paramount interest, always employing sound editorial vision. We particularly, though not exclusively, strive to concern ourselves with the provinces of African nations only in so far as where political or social developments, local expertise or scientific breakthroughs may serve exemplary signification for the generality of Africa and world audience. However, we are moderately engaged in exposing the despots and minions of darkness running their eroding pockets of tyrannical deceptions that have been the source of impoverishment of the continent and enslavement of the people.

The disserving web of mind control programming from foreign meddling using mainstream religious and cultural practices also warrants particular exposure in the category of Disclosure on our Forum, Issues, and Feature posts. Yet we will continue to shine the light on all positive developmental news and spiritual events timeline that would bring the continent up to page in the egalitarian trajectory of African societies. As part of the planetary ascension in higher vibrational frequencies of Light, Peace and Freedom for the world’s peoples we, every now and then, highlight inspiring leaderships from within ancient and contemporary state structures that merit exposure in the wholistic plan of bringing enlightenment and conscious soul evolution to readers around the world.

New Galactic Humanity: Our Wholistic Vision

Our vision for a new galactic humanity, while working to expose the old power game played by despots and cabals who fill up the politics, religion and finance systems of our world, and seeking the end of these hegemons through beaming the light on every work of diabolism by dark puppets, hinges as far deeply as with collective evolution missions of the Galactic Federation of Light Forces. Accepting that each victory of the light presages a golden age of equity, with preeminent peace and free thought over the vicious authority programming on our planet, our envisioned tag line –#MediaAcrossBorders – commits to rigorous mass enlightenment programmes by honouring the truths of our infinite, multi dimensional galaxies. We subscribe to the higher wisdom that All is One; and support the paradigm shift that unites humankind’s Extraterrestrial ancestors with their Earth progeny. By the celebration of oneness, in spite of appearances, every being on this planet helps to bring an end to racism, prejudice, religious lies, alien scare mongering and the withholding of stellar technology from public knowledge.

Africa Research Council IRCALC

Africa Research International Council on African Literature and Culture, IRCALC, is the first web based convergence of writers, scholars and researchers from around the world drawn by common interests, particularly, the literature, art and culture of Africa and her Diaspora. Editors see to the regular volumes of the Library of Critical Writing and have anchored up till the 15th series of the journals of African Literature (JAL), Critical Studies (Special) (CS), and New Poetry (NP).

Founding Mission Purpose

Coming at a timely period of millennial cultural awareness, IRCALC Editors since year 2000 argue for a more imaginative approach to leadership and development concerns through eloquent media discourse on governance, literature and culture, not excluding, indeed, other writings of Africa’s diaspora which lend meaning and support to the vision.

The Editors are ever vigilant in the truthful evaluation of governance, ethics and aesthetics across the world net. In the propagation of creative thought, IRCALC Editors have given impetus to a wealth of publications on African literary and cultural expressions.

Inclusive membership outlook

Member organizations and individuals proffer public information and ideas that enrich world understanding of Africa’s richly diverse heritage. Membership cuts across race and nationality to embrace scholars committed to Africa development issues. The Library of Critical Writing, CW; Critical Series Special, CS; Journal of African Literature, JAL; New Poetry, NP; are all available by subscription request. Individual and institutional members get to read periodic reviews, extracts and newsletters of the organization.

Yearbook Writers archive

Outstanding contributions by literary and cultural critics as distilled from volumes of the journals of African writing are now online. Across the online media, select few have been memorialised  for their significance around the globe.

Odhoji: 2013 Writer of the Year

Gera-Roy: 2011 Writer of the Year

Ushie: 2008 Writer of the Year

Chin Ce: 2005 Writer of the Year

Scholar Review excerpts

Read insightful commentaries on genres of poetry, fictional narrative, critical anthologies, including subjects on history and sociology. Most are available on request. The links assist on further download information regarding prime scholar research materials.

African Literature journal No. 3

Journal of New Poetry NP V3

New Nigerian Poetry NNP No. 2

African Literary Journal ALJ B5


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