Oranjestad, Aruba (16th century- )

Oranjestad (literally Orange Town in Dutch) is the capital and chief administrative center of Aruba, a Caribbean nation that is located in the West Indies which remains under the jurisdiction of Netherlands. The town had a population of 29,998 people in 2010. Oranjestad is located … Read MoreOranjestad, Aruba (16th century- )

The Nigerian Youth Movement (1934-1951)

Nnamdi Azikiwe as a Member of the Nigerian Youth Movement Image Ownership: Public Domain J.C. Vaughn, Ernest Ikoli, H.O. Davies, and Samuel Akinsanya founded the Nigerian Youth Movement (NYM) in 1934. Although based in Lagos, the NYM was the first Nigerian nationalist organization to promote … Read MoreThe Nigerian Youth Movement (1934-1951)

South African Students’ Organization (SASO)

Steve Biko, Founder of the South African Students Association Image Ownership: Public Domain The South African Students’ Organization (SASO) emerged as a unique group that re-established opposition to the South African government’s apartheid system "aboveground," as opposed to other black resistance movements that previously had … Read MoreSouth African Students’ Organization (SASO)