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Happy Birthday Madiba

Sep 6, 2018

This July 2010 blog posting in The Huffington Post discusses Nelson Mandela's political bargain with South Africa's outgoing apartheid regime and how it cemented the country's land-based inequalities…

Land is not a Utopia for the Dispossessed

Sep 6, 2018

In this July 2012 Mail & Guardian article, Atuahene discusses the mandate of equitable redress for dispossessed populations by South Africa's Constitution.

Lack of Communication is an Injustice in Land Restitution

Sep 6, 2018

In this July 2014 Mail & Guardian op-ed, Atuahene discusses her recent book, We Want What's Ours in the wake of the second phase of South Africa's land restitution program.

Doing It Better Second Time Around

Sep 6, 2018

In this July 2014 Sunday Times article, Atuahene discusses her latest book, We Want What's Ours: Learning from South Africa's Land Restitution Programme (Oxford University Press).

Evaluating Mandela's Legacy One Year Later

Sep 6, 2018

February 2015 blog posting in the Huffington Post about the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

In South Africa, Land Apartheid Lives On

Sep 6, 2018

In this January 2015 NY Times op-ed, Atuahene discusses South Africa's current land reform program and how it, in many ways, undermines black economic development.

Detroit's Tax Foreclosures Indefensible

Sep 6, 2018

In this September 2017 , Atuahene discusses the property tax foreclosure crisis in Detroit.

Don't Let Detroit's Revival Rest on an Injustice

Sep 6, 2018

In a July 2017 NY Times op-ed, Atuahene discusses the high rates of property tax foreclosures in Detroit, Michigan and how they are the result of illegal property tax assessments and inflated…

Detroit's Homeowners Deserve Better

Sep 6, 2018

In a January 2017 op-ed in The Detroit News, Atuahene discusses how the city of Detroit has been assessing the majority of its homes at rates that violated the state of Michigan's constitution…

Nelson Mandela's Uneven Legacy

Dec 30, 2014

In a December 2014 LA Times op-ed, Atuahene discusses the legacy of South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela.

Haiti: Has God Turned His Back on the Country?

Mar 10, 2010

January 28, 2010 blog posting on the Huffington Post entitled Haiti: Has God Turned His Back on the Country?

We Need to Anticipate Terrorists, Not React to Them

Mar 10, 2010

January 4, 2010 blog posting on the Huffington Post entitle We Need to Anticipate Terrorists, Not React to Them. Based on her Huffington Post blog post about the Nigerian terrorist, the BBC Radio…

Congress must do more for those evicted

Mar 10, 2010

Professor Atuahene's opinion editorial, Congress must do more for those evicted, was published in the Athens Banner Herald and four other regional newspapers, on October 25, 2009.

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