'White Saviours' No Longer User-Friendly for African Aid Appeals
Comic Relief - which runs Sports Relief and Red Nose Day - said it would move away from having white celebrities in their films and replace them with African heroes, allowing them to speak for themselves. A 2017 Red Nose Day film fronted by British singer Ed Sheeran, about street children in Liberia, was named the "most offensive" campaign, by a fundraising pressure group.
British Olympic champion Mo Farah is supporting a newly launched charity appeal for more than 16 million people facing starvation in East Africa including Somalia, his country of ... Read more »
The award-winning rapper has provided solar energy to Sarreh Pateh, a village in West Coast Region with a population of 4,000. Read more »
The award-winning singer visited the country as part of Comic Relief's annual fundraising telethon, Red Nose Day. He was deeply moved after hearing the stories by orphaned boy on ... Read more »
Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter Ed Sheehan says he is really enjoying his stay. Read more »
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