MJoTAtalks started in Dec 2011, to listen to episodes by Philadelphia artist Mr Omenihu Amachi talking about art healing, about the history of the Nobel prize and the history of the Nobel prize being awarded for discoveries in the treatment of diabetes, click here.
Dr Okey Ndibe wrote a story about his childhood during the Biafran War, which he gave MJoTA permission to republish. The horror of the 1967-70 is told by Dr Ndibe. MJoTA tried to put the Biafran War in context then and now, after the death of the leader of Biafra on Nov 26, 2011. Dr Ndibe has featured previously in MJoTA, click here. Dr Ndibe's article about Biafra, click here. Supporting videos, click here.
MJoTA articles by and about Ambassador Dr Robin Renee Sanders, first African Diaspora female Ambassador to Nigeria 2007-2010, click here.
Most read article in MJoTA, about the Wesley School for the Deaf in Surulere, Nigeria. I was working in the audio and video studios that I inadvertently financed (advice: never work for and with anyone without a contract and guarantees), click here for story about the studio, click here for story about bread in Lagos, click here for story about herbal medicines. One morning I followed children I had been seeing chatting in sign language. For story, click here.
MJoTA articles about Nobel Laureates from 2007 to now, click here.
MJoTA articles on diabetes from 2007 to now, click here.
MJoTA articles on malaria from 2007 to now, click here. Plants that can heal or prevent malaria, click here. Malaria was a topic of discussion on the weekly live call-in show produced by African Views, click here for how you can listen to it.
Articles on clinical trials and Florence Nightingale from our first issue of MJoTA, click here.
Pharmaceutical regulations across Africa: for Nigeria, click here
MJoTA Walk for Milk: story and linked articles, click here.
In 2009, members of the Mayors Commission on African and Immigrant Affairs gathered at the African American Museum of Philadelphia to celebrate Liberian independence on July 26, 1847, click here.
Global Caribbean Representation's flag was raised by Marcus Garvey's son in 2009. Articles by Austin Tuitt click here, by Lookman Sulaimon click here, by MJoTA Publisher click here. An article published in 2010 includes a picture of Brother Tuitt addressing a Yoruba Egbe Omo group, click here.
Bed Stuy Vollies were first on the ground in Haiti in January 2010. Vice president and counsel is Mrs Tamsin Wolf Esq, Click for article.
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