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Steve Sharra · August, 2011

I am a Malawian who studies and writes about education policy, Pan-Afrikanism, Afrikan epistemology (uMunthu), the Afrikan Renaissance, and peace and social justice. I am also a student of autobiography, critical pedagogy, and critical literacy research. I am a teacher educator and former school teacher, freelance journalist, and educational editor. My blog, Afrika Aphukira is an afro-optimistic expression of the theme of the African rebirth. I'm on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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Latest posts by Steve Sharra from August, 2011

Malawi: Confusion and Uncertainty Over August 17 Vigil

With hours to go before August 17, the day set aside for follow-up nation-wide demonstrations in Malawi, a cloud of uncertainty hovers over the country. One team has announced a...

Ghana: Towards the ‘Ideal Woman': Meet Blogger And Journalist Linda Annan

Though she shares a last name with a globally famous Ghanaian, Linda Annan is not related to former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan. Linda is a Ghanaian journalist and blogger...

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