A Crop of Kitchen Gardens From Chefs Around the Globe
Meet five participants in the Kitchen Farming Project, which provides a loose “recipe” for a garden conceived by the chef Dan Barber.
El destino de las estatuas derribadas
Lo que decidan los líderes de las ciudades, los funcionarios de los museos y los historiadores tendrá implicaciones en cómo recordemos la historia que las estatuas fueron creadas para representar, así como nuestro momento actual.
The Statues Were Toppled. What Happens to Them Now?
What city leaders, museum officials and historians decide will have implications for how we remember the history the statues were designed to represent, as well as our current moment.
When the Price of Freedom Is Detention, Frostbite and Amputation
“Between Everything and Nothing,” by Joe Meno, recounts the harrowing quest by two Ghanaian men to gain asylum in North America.
The ‘Cradle Catholic’ Promoting Family Planning in Ghana
Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah is determined to slow her conservative country’s birthrate by any means, including contraception. Not everyone is pleased.
At Least 13,500 Americans Abroad Need Help Getting Home, State Dept. Says
About 5,700 U.S. citizens and legal residents have already returned with the government’s assistance, and flights scheduled this week could help another 1,600.
Finding an Aesthetic in the ‘Year of Africa’
17 African countries declared independence in 1960. Archival photographs capture the mood of the period 60 years later.
Blind Student’s Violent Treatment at Oxford Debate Prompts Resignations
Ebenezer Azamati, a postgraduate student from Ghana, was violently removed from an event at the Oxford Union, a prominent British debating society.
In Ghana, Free High School Brings Opportunity and Grumbling
The tumultuous rollout of a new government program to provide tuition-free high school for all has left students going to school in shifts, and parents paying for tutors.
Millennials ‘Make Farming Sexy’ in Africa, Where Tilling the Soil Once Meant Shame
In Africa, farming is widely considered a synonym for poverty. But university graduates have set out to prove that farming is a future with “bling.”