This is a platform for the creative fusion of foresighted science, research and policy for societal engagement.
We seek to use this publication outlet to bridge the gulf between academic research and expert knowledge and society’s quest for truth and reliable facts by constructively connecting both parallel worlds.
More specifically, The Hilltop Post seeks to publish structured, open-minded and foresighted views of the global African diaspora from an intellectual standpoint.
We do not just want to be the representative voice of all African diaspora but to change existing warped views through the architecture of novel strategies for grassroots change wherever Africans are on the face of the earth.
We want to see an African renaissance that speaks with one voice, solves our own problems and exploits our own human and natural resources and opportunities.
Our core values are embedded in the relentless quest for justice, peace, practical equality, the protection of human dignity and the pursuit of freedom and prosperity without creating systems, ideologies, and institutions which inhibit any group or individual from doing the same.
Our strategy is to reconnect dispersed and untapped intellectual resources of African diaspora and allies to resolve our challenges and create new opportunities with us, by us, and for us.
The Hilltop Post strives not to be another rhetorical factory but a fieldwork or laboratory for deciding and experimenting what Africa’s place will be in the 21st century and beyond.