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Undoing Eurocentrism: Cheikh Anta Diop

Senegalese academic Cheikh Anta Diop was an anthropologist, historian, physicist, and linguist. His groundbreaking work included rewriting Africa's history from an Afrocentric point of view without prejudice.

Jupiter: big news from the big planet

In 2011 the Juno space probe was launched to explore Jupiter. The data sent back has delivered a range of revelations – like the build up of a new, giant cyclone-storm there. And that the solar system’s biggest planet almost became a second sun once.

Wangari Maathai: Queen of Trees

In 2004, Wangari Maathai became the first environmentalist to win the Nobel Peace Prize. The woman who launched the Green Belt Movement was convinced of the value of planting trees to conserve the environment and secure people's livelihoods.

Just Ask!

This week's question for Tomorrow Today is from Travor Daniel in Nigeria: Does too much social media cause depression?

Just Ask!

Our viewer Gik Khing Nüchter in Indonesia wants to know if there are Polar Lights in the southern hemisphere too.

Just ask!

Our viewer question this week comes from Tabea Conrad in Berlin. She wants to know why people stop growing when they become adults?

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