This Valentine’s Day we celebrate five powerful couples who are spreading the love by using their influence and resources to make the world a better place. These couples illustrate the power of love in more ways than we could imagine!
In case the game gets a little dull or you're looking to put all of this Super Bowl craziness in perspective, we've rounded up some of our most fascinating Super Bowl-related stats to make you think.
The New York Times recently published their annual list of 52 places to go in 2016. Seeing that there were only a handful of destinations from Africa in the past few years, we decided to put together our own list of our favorite cities, countries, and attractions on the continent!
Did you know that each year, more movies come out of Nigeria’s "Nollywood" than Hollywood? We’ve picked our top ten films and documentaries from across Africa that you simply have to see.
You know "Feliz Navidad" and "Joyeux Noël"... but can you say "Merry Christmas" in these African languages?
As we celebrate Human Rights Day this year, we can look to Albie Sachs and his work toward a free and fair South Africa to learn about how we can make a difference.
Two years ago today, we lost the incredible Nelson Mandela. His words continue to inspire us every day in the fight to end extreme poverty and remind us that change is always possible. Here are six quotes from Nelson Mandela that keep us doing what we do. Click to share your favorite on Facebook! Take action to honor Nelson Mandela today. Support Global Goal #1 to end extreme poverty once and for all today!
"It was a mild September night, and I was in Kenya’s northern frontier district, Laikipia. The Samburu Trust had arranged for me to spend a couple of hours with a Samburu elder and his family... I just wanted to capture a tiny slice of their everyday life."
Whether through music, dance, books, films, or even graffiti, art has the power to address some of the world's more pressing issues!
July 18 is celebrated around the world as a day of service to honor the birthday and legacy of former South African leader Nelson Mandela. He became known as Madiba – a human rights icon for his work to fight apartheid and for winning his presidency in a 1994 democratic election after serving 27 years in prison. He died in 2014 at age 95. A fountain outside the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, GA Madiba was a friend...