Explore these ideas and more!

The 1 Part of the Global Economy Isn't Slowing Down: Africa -- via The Atlantic

AWESOME READ --> 10 things you didn't know about Africa's economy - Business Analysis & Features - Business - The Independent

Bono, design pioneers collaborate on NYC auction to help fight AIDS in Africa. This custom (RED) Steinway piano, for example, will benefit The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.

A simple resource map of Africa. When you have what the world wants, transparency is key.

This is Eric Charas. He is a #journalist in #Mozambique and was recently arrested. Why? Because he was asking the government the wrong questions about the country's oil and gas sector. Read about his incredible story by clicking through on the photo. http://www.one.org/international/blog/can-africa-keep-its-promise-to-its-people/

The Leopard's Drum: An Asante Tale from West Africa by Jessica Souhami. Come hear this story read aloud at the Smithsonian on February 2, in honor of Black History Month!

This true story of a little girl from Africa, written by her adoptive mother Hijltje Vink, deals with the day to day social and emotional challenges of a child and family living with HIV. Through Brenda's story, children learn they are not alone living with HIV/Aids. The book addresses the stigma of living with HIV and the importance of the ARV medication regime to “keep the dragon sleeping” and remain healthy. #activism #ChildrensBookWeek

Find Out How the Global Soap Project Can Save Lives and Help Girls #sanitation #water #soap #GlobalSoapProject #girls #Africa

Find Out What Mission Trips Mean to This ONE Member! #missiontrip #Africa #volunteer

Come hear Johnnetta Betsch Cole read this book aloud at the Smithsonian on February 2, in celebration of Black History Month!

How Africa tweets: visualised

Media consolidation: the illusion of choice

An Armchair Advocate's Guide to: 24 Hours of Giving

Facebook 2012: The Latest on Everybody's Favorite Social Network

Take part in our last big effort to take our message to the streets -- and to our G8 leaders. It's really wild & zany, so don't say we didn't warn you!