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Volume 9 • Number 2 • April 2016


On the cover: M.L.H., outside the Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitor Center in Atlanta, Georgia (March 2012).


In Memory: Nana Adu-Pipim Boaduo FRC
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Editorial: Kendrick Lamarís Grammy Performance Points to a Simple Truth, #Black Lives Matter When Africa Matters
by Salim Faraji
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Beyond Intellectual Construct to Policy Ideas: The Case of the Afrocentric Paradigm
by Felix Kumah-Abiwu
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Music as an Agent of Satire in Selected Plays of Femi Osofisan
by Emmanuel Babatunde Adeleke
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Perspective on Welfare Rationalism in African Contexts: Freedom and Social Cohesion
by Kwesi Dzapong Lwazi Sarkodee Prah
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African Ethics through Ubuntu: A Postmodern Exposition
by Fainos Mangena
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Moral Arguments for Land Redistribution in Contemporary Zimbabwe and Gracchi Rome: A Comparative and Critical Analysis
by Obert Bernard Mlambo and Wesley Mwatwara
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Hunhu: Making Human Rights Education Discourse Relevant
By Oswell Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, Ngoni Makuvaza and Jane Mutasa
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University of Zimbabwe and the Struggle for Humanising Philosophy: 1980 to Present
by Munyaradzi Madambi and Fainos Mangena
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Health Locus of Control as Predictor of Dental Anxiety: Dental Patients at University College Hospital in Ibadan
by Johnson Tunde Oyeleke and Ojewumi Aderemi Kehinde
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Legacy Gallery: Faces of Nigeria
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