In Ghana, a nation steeped in the legacy of colonial exploitation, recent parliamentary decisions have rekindled historical injustices. The allocation of 13% of newly discovered lithium to a private Australian corporation echoes the suffering and land dispossession experienced by our ancestors. Today, our collective cry for justice and equity resounds as we demand rightful ownership of this precious resource. The audacity of past colonizers who drained our land now fuels our unwavering resolve to reclaim what is rightfully ours—an aspiration shared by all who champion fairness and reparations in a world still shadowed by colonialism.
The Holocaust and the atrocities committed against indigenous peoples during colonization are two horrific events in history that cannot be compared in terms of the… Read More »The Blind Spot of White Supremacy: Why the Lives of Indigenous Peoples Matter Equally