A Pan African Human Rights Organisation challenging the misrepresentation of African people, culture and history in the British media.
22 March 2006
Using their Malcolm v Martin debate as the backdrop, Ligali founder, Toyin Agbetu answers Simon Woolley of OBV and explains why African human rights activists must prevent those without the stomach for change from abusing the legacy of Martin Luther King
28 January 2006
The British media exposes its racist core in a belligerent attempt to prove itself not institutionally racist.
05 January 2006
2006 has begun with the continuation of the national debate reignited by BBC Radio 4 on political correctness being used as an excuse for failure by African communities.
27 December 2005
Why is a Ugandan born man not referred to as an African but as a ‘black’? (Answer: Because he allows it)
04 December 2005
The Guardian newspaper continues to perpetuate and reaffirm erroneous, detrimental and offensive stereotypes of African people.
01 November 2005
Recently there has been a plethora of debate programmes discussing anything but the true circumstances leading to the tensions and recent clashes in Birmingham.
04 September 2005
Why the Guardian believes promoting gangsta rap and a career in jail is compelling journalism
02 September 2005
US prioritises protecting property with shoot to kill orders over rescuing African lives
15 August 2005
Trial by media: The case for African reparations (Part 1)
15 August 2005
Trial by media: The case for African reparations (Part 2)