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· December, 2009

Stories about D.R. of Congo from December, 2009

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After COP15 Copenhagen: Reactions from the African blogosphere

  23 December 2009

The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen received broad media coverage. Many analysts have indicated that nations in Africa and the developing world stand to lose most heavily if global warming continues unchecked, yet the African blogosphere has been relatively quiet on the subject.

Africa: My African experiences

  14 December 2009

A health worker from New York, USA, writes about his experience in Africa: “That first stint, a new kind of logic came fast and furious. I learned how the line between urban and beyond is blurred. I discovered that in Swahili umepotea (you have been lost) is what you tell...

Africa: Twitter, Africa is more than AIDS epidemic

  9 December 2009

Twitter, Africa is more than AIDS epidemic: “It's wonderful that you wanted to raise awareness about World Aids Day yesterday. Really, it is. But um, are you sure turning the text of all posts mentioning the word “Africa” red was the best way to do it? It's just that it...

D.R of Congo: 66 Ways to Franco

  8 December 2009

Koratend writes an excellent post about 66 ways to find information about Congolese musician Franco: “Counting the ways to Franco was an excursion into the realm of metadata, matters of syntax, and a contemplation of the hive mind of the web.”

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World AIDS Day: Fighting Discrimination Around the World

  2 December 2009

Millions around the world came together on Tuesday to show support for those living with HIV/AIDS. Online, in blogs and in forums, many assessed the progress made and the distance left to travel in the fight against discrimination and the spread of the disease. Here's a collection of text, images and video from those writing and speaking in French.

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