How to read Africa is a Country

"Soweto" (@Jodi Bieber)

A few people have emailed us about the not-so-new layout here at AIAC; mostly about finding old posts on this new layout. The main complaint: “When I am on your home page, I can’t find a way of accessing any recent posts older than ‘Latest posts’ or hope they’re in ‘Top posts’.” (Only the last posts appear on the main body of the front page along with a ‘Featured’ post.) True. Here’s some advice: Click on the ‘More…’ button at the bottom of the front page. That will take you to a blog version (dates descending) of AIAC. Or click on the ‘Archive’ widget on the right and choose a month, say ‘January 2012’, and all the posts for that month will appear in chronological order (by date descending). The other option: If you’re looking for a specific post, just use the ‘Search’ option at the top of the page in the header. Or, if you’re looking for the work of a specific blogger, click on her/his name. Hope that helps and keeps you reading.

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5 thoughts on “How to read Africa is a Country

  1. I believe that black people have a right to call a nation their country. Africa is not a nation! The last time I checked was and still is a continent. With 53 country like Egypt, Saudia Arabia, and over a thousand languages. Same for Asia…there are more country’s in Asia than Japan, China, or South and North Korea. I am half German and Italian does that make me a European-American?

  2. Africa is a continent, that does not make up for on country! How can somebody say: ” I am a Continent ( Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America) and a country (America or Japan etc)”? That geologically make no sense at all…only time a person can say I come from a continent and a country is Antarctica and Australasia. There are only 7 continents, look at the all the almanacs.

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