Kai Mora is a graduate student of history at the City College of New York and the Senior Fellow at the African History Project based in London, UK. She specializes in 20th century African and diasporic history and music. She has written and lectured on figures such as CLR James, Thomas Sankara, Andy Palacio, and Frantz Fanon. She has also written widely on Pan-Africanism, particularly in the first half of the 20th century. She also has worked as a museum professional over the past 5 years, with experience in both Communications and Museum Education.
Mamphela Ramphele is a South African political leader and physician known for her anti-apartheid activism. Ramphele was born on December 28, 1947, in Uitkyk, located in North West province of South Africa, but spent her childhood in Kranspoort, Limpopo province. In 1962, she attended Bethesda … Read MoreMamphela Ramphele (1947- )