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The George W. Bush Presidential Center
August 1, 2012

Tutu Alicante speaks about the role of technology in Equatorial Guinea and explains how most Equatoguineans lack access to electricity and the internet.

The George W. Bush Presidential Center
August 1, 2012

Tutu Alicante speaks about freedom of the press (or absence thereof) in Equatorial Guinea.

The George W. Bush Presidential Center
August 1, 2012

Tutu Alicante talks about the case of Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo who was unjustly imprisoned in Equatorial Guinea following a politically motivated trial.

The George W. Bush Presidential Center
August 1, 2012

Tutu Alicante talks about repression in Equatorial Guinea in an interview by The George W. Bush Presidential Center.

The George W. Bush Presidential Center
August 1, 2012

Watch the new interview with Tutu Alicante, a human rights activist from Equatorial Guinea, on the Freedom Collection. While studying to join the priesthood in 1993, Tutu participated in a peaceful demonstration calling on the government for greater respect of human rights and more comprehensive efforts to address the country’s debilitating poverty. The regime responded by arresting, or killing, the demonstrators and torching Tutu’s family home. Following that incident, Tutu made it his mission to become a voice for the downtrodden people of Equatorial Guinea and has since founded EG justice, a nonprofit organization committed to empowering a new generation of human rights activists.

Elizabeth Flock
August 1, 2012

Equatorial Guinea, a tiny country that sits on Africa's west coast, sent just four athletes to the Summer Olympics in 1984, including 16-year-old sprinter Gustavo Envela. He did not medal in any events, and he may have been forgotten if he hadn't won over the media during his time on the track.

Elizabeth Flock
July 30, 2012

The biennial summit organized by the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation, located in the heart of K Street, has for two decades been a place for world leaders to convene and talk about solutions for Africa with the help of the African diaspora.

May 17, 2012

41 business and civil society organizations have sent a letter to every member of the U.S. Congress urging them to support the Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act. 

BBC
January 22, 2012

Interview with Tutu Alicante on BBC about corruption in the African Cup of Nations hosted by Equatorial Guinea.  

AFP
July 17, 2012

UN culture and science body UNESCO on Tuesday awarded a prize financed by the leader of Equatorial Guinea despite fierce criticism from rights groups who decried the move as "shameful".

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