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Venezuela : un coup d’état râté

Venezuela : un coup d’état râté

Par Rony Mondestin et Marlène Nicolas Spécial pour CSMS Magazine A un certain moment de leur histoire, les pays de l’Occident avaient compris la nécessité de se départir du laisser-faire individualiste...
Rick Perry’s campaign in jeopardy

Rick Perry’s campaign in jeopardy

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers As the Republican presidential candidates gather for their second televised debate in New Hampshire tomorrow night, all eyes will be on Rick Perry—the media-made “rock star”...
The African National Congress is poised to win again

The African National Congress is poised to win again

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers The ANC, which has controlled the country since 1994, is facing its strongest challenge yet amid accusations that it has not done enough to alleviate poverty and provide services. But...
Who Do We Believe?

Who Do We Believe?

I was speaking with the secretary of the church I attend, and she narrated the following incident: Her son is a registered Washington lobbyist and he tells his mother, “If you want the folks in...
When will race seize to be the cornerstone of American politic?

When will race seize to be the cornerstone of American politic?

CSMS Magazine Staff WritersIn all major industrial countries, politic is not only based on social and economic factors of the day, but also on strategic interests dividing the haves and the have-nots. But in...
Blazing the trail from coast to coast with Barack Obama

Blazing the trail from coast to coast with Barack Obama

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers  As the Democratic Party nomination process moves to full gear, Barack Obama flexes his political muscles, winning decisively states after states since the Tsunami Tuesday last January...
Mama’s Got A Brand New Bag!

Mama’s Got A Brand New Bag!

By Bobbie O’NeillCSMS Magazine Staff WriterNow that the election is over and the Democrats have taken back Congress, I am going after the thing that has stuck in my craw for the past six years: The rescinding...
What teachers must know about African-American culture?

What teachers must know about African-American culture?

By Chantale JimenezCSMS Magazine Staff WriterThe history of African Americans in the United States began in 1619 when the first slaves from Africa were brought to the shores of North America.  African Americans...
Remembering Rosa Parks: The Woman Who Changed a Nation

Remembering Rosa Parks: The Woman Who Changed a Nation

By Kira AlbinWhen Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man forty years ago on December 1, 1955, she was tired and weary from a long day of work. At least that’s how the event has been retold...

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