The Ka Method

Press Release For immediate release “The Ka Method: Modern socio-economic tales from an African Wiseman” The major individual book work on identity and ethnic entrepreneurship is released Montreal, November 15, 2018—Today marks the official release of “The Ka Method,”

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We should better strive for Wealth alleviation

The United Nations has set “Poverty alleviation” in its Agenda for Sustainable Development recognizing the global challenge and impact for humanity. Poverty is an ancient concern that a lot of civilization heroes has been addressed or tried to make

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SVP

A Shared Vision Partnership (SVP) allows the sharing of the resources of different Economic Actors or Community Leaders for the financing and management of common causes implementation in terms of socioeconomic (re)construction initiatives and projects by Efforts (Kama), Project

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Gonzo

The concept of Gonzo was developed by Hunter S. Thompson and applied to journalism including with the characteristic of first-person writing and subjectivity. It would also mean in Italian “silly, credulous, fooled”. It is also to this day a

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The Wisemen Council resolution

The sense of the Men’s fight that once again engaged against the imperialist system maintained by a decadent minority is no longer so much ethnic or even racial. It targets the economic sovereignty of peoples who are culturally degraded

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Community economy

A community is a group of individuals who share a particular mode of communication and relationship around a cultural, economic or social attribute that identifies them or even in which they identify themselves. The community economy proposes to give

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Time disorder

A psychosis sometimes starts with a dream or a nightmare that you keep living after your open your eyes. You are doing strange association with what you see and hear and you are fed with the circumstances, symbolic materials

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Renaissance or remorse, we will vanquish!*

The pan-African dream of Kwamé Nkrumah, laid out in 1963 at the Organization of Afrian Unity conference in Addis Adeba, resurfaced with acuity since the erasure of the generation of leaders of independence and the aggravation of the economic

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Overcome by the Force of Souls

Let us dare to be realistic. The union between African, or beyond, among black people is unlikely to be the result of a consensus or a common declaration. It makes more sense to seek our spiritual deliverance and liberation

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Understanding Integration Market System

Here is an info-graphic which shows a model which aim to facilitate the integration of a community consisting of members of the diaspora and the popular classes suffering from insufficient income. Poverty is more a question of a lack

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Are we truly competitive?

As winter is ending, so is the term for several community organizations working with cultural diversity Montreal groups. It is now time for balance sheets and reports on the action plans developed in response to the received mandates. In

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I have a Deal

This text is based on ”I have a dream” by Martin Luther King Jr. (1929 – 1968) delivered on the steps at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D. C. On August 28, 1963. His text is universal and eternal.

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A key role of women as economic actors

“Women have been the foundational support of traditional societies. The contemporary liberation only benefits the individuals to the detriment of societal benefit. This then weakens the human transition process.” It is a known fact that women play key roles

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An alternative way to start your business!!!

Those looking for alternatives to starting a business can now rejoice. On June 11, Arnaud Segla, consultant in project management and business engineering, has made available a practical guide Business in the Box and its French version “Une entreprise

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Globalization is over… (for now)

Since the more than symbolic loss of the twin towers and the subsequent crises, we have entered into a new phase of globalization. In an evolving cycle, we moved from a market economy to an economy of communities (including

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