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This Day In History: The First Group of Black Americans Voyage Back to Africa

The Voyage Back Home On this day, Feb. 6, 1820, the very first group of Black Americans returned to Africa. A group of nearly 90 brave men and women voyaged across the Atlantic on the Mayflower...

CARICOM to Spend $12M to Revitalize Guyana Villages Founded by Formerly Enslaved Africans

The Rebirth of the African Village Movement The Caribbean Development Fund (CARICOM) recently announced that it will invest $12 million into the revitalization of villages founded by formerly enslaved African people in Guyana. It is believed,...

A Community Under Attack: How the Gullah/Geechee Nations Are Fighting Against Culture Vultures Keen...

The Gullah/Geechee Nation, whose population spans the southern Atlantic coastline in rural communities, is the only group of African-Americans that have retained West African culture as it was when Africans were first brought to...

This Financial Expert Suggests Trump Might Actually Benefit African-Americans and Here’s Why

Because many of us feel that his campaign has not yet holistically addressed the Black community, a question that has echoed for the last year and a half is, "How will Donald Trump's presidency...

Resettled Syrians Prefer Refugee Camps over This Predominantly Black St. Louis Neighborhood

St. Louis' Northwest side, particularly Hodiamont Avenue has found itself at the center of controversy yet again, as it has garnered a reputation for poverty and crime over the years and deemed a war zone...

How Twitter Feminists Sabotaged ‘Birth of A Nation’

In case you haven’t heard the news already, the long-awaited Birth of A Nation film has officially flopped, according to every mainstream media outlet. "Black feminists,” black gossip bloggers, journalists and white supremacists who'd rather the...

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