Despite Billions in Revenue, Exxon Mobil’s Disregard for Black People in Papua, New Guinea, is Deplorable
A film by Ian T. Shearn and Olivier Pollet
The History of The Detroit Race Riot of 1967 Many Black people had emigrated from the Deep South to Detroit seeking a better life during the Great Migration that started in the 1920s and ended by the 1960s. However, upon arriving in Detroit and many Northern cities, Blacks found the same racism and discrimination they had wanted […]
Cleopatra Was Egyptian Cleopatra VII Philopator (69 B.C. – Aug. 12, 30 B.C.) is likely the most well-known of all the ancient Egyptian queens. What many people do not know is that Cleopatra was more than likely not ethnically Egyptian. Born during the Greek occupation of ancient Egypt, Cleopatra actually descended from a long line of […]
Morocco Travelers to Morocco often describe the stunning landscape with mountains, deserts, valleys, and uninterrupted miles of beaches on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. What’s often overlooked is the way Black people are treated in the country. In a 2010 Afrik-news.com article, author Smahane Bouyahia reports that Blacks in Morocco — natives, immigrants from elsewhere […]
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Morgan Freeman Although fans saw actor Morgan Freeman play an officer in the film Glory, many don’t know he served in the U.S. military off screen as well. Upon graduating high school in 1955, Freeman turned down a partial drama scholarship and joined the U.S. Air Force. Freeman reportedly loved the idea of flying but worked […]
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Women explain their experiences and feelings dealing with harassment from men while walking the streets. Video by Newsone.
Naomi Campbell tells Channel 4 News she believes the fashion world discriminates against models of color – and is reluctant to book nonwhite models for shows. Video by Channel 4 News