Most global maps misrepresent the true size of Africa which means that most people fail to recognize the true size of Africa. In fact Africa occupies the same amount of space as […]
Julius Malema the outspoken South African leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party of South Africa, and a member f parliament has called for a United Africa with a single currency […]
South Africa will become the first African country outside of the East African region to start teaching Africa’s most widely spoken language, Swahili, in schools. Swahili is both the official and national […]
Shermichael Singleton, a Republican strategist and former staffer for HUD Secretary Ben Carson is calling out his own party on voter suppression. While talking to MSNBC’s Alex Whit Saturday Oct 13th, Singleton […]
Domestic Terrorism: The Florence, SC Shootings, White Male Anger & the myth of the Disadvantaged White Male.
Washington, D.C. 10/05/2018 On Wednesday night in Florence South Carolina, an elderly man was so incensed about the audacity of “the government” (represented by cops), showing up at his house to serve […]
Starbucks will be shutting the doors to all their stores for racial awareness training on Tuesday May 29th. This comes in the wake of the incidence that saw two black men handcuffed […]
American Meritocracy? Despite African Academic Achievements, Black Immigrants Face High Unemployment.
45 prefers an immigration policy that favors the blonde, blue eyed people of Norway. Sound familiar? Well, the White House will have to find a new term for its preferred immigration stance because a “merit based” system would certainly favor an influx of African immigrants who are highly under represented among immigrants to the United States anyway. A race based immigration policy would be a more accurate term if intellectual honesty was to be pursued.
Google commemorates the “Silent Parade” when 10,000 African Americans protested Jim Crow Lynchings, Violence
Google Doodle memorialized the 10,000 people march that happened a 100 years ago today, July 28th in 1917 that set off a history of civil rights protests and marches that later gave […]