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You Have To See Why This Attorney on CNN Is So Heated Over The Way Mike Brown’s Autopsy Leaked To The Public


What This Black Woman Accomplished In A White Male Dominated Field Is nothing Short Of Amazing

Val Demings

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22 Celebrities You May Not Have Known Attended an HBCU


Toni Morrison The Nobel Prize winner attended Howard University, one of the historically black colleges and universities in the United States. She majored in English and chose the classics for her minor. Wendy Raquel Robinson The actress, known for her role in the BET TV show The Game, attended Howard University, where she graduated cum laude. […]

7 Ghanaian Heroes Whose Stories Must Be Told on Film


Queen Mother, Yaa Asantewaa (1840–1921) “We will fight the white men. We will fight till the last of us falls in the battlefields.” Those are the famous words from a speech Yaa Asantewaa made to the chiefs when they were weighing the options of war with the British. Yaa Asantewaa was the queen mother of […]

20 Amazing Facts You Did Not Know About Guyana


1. According to the Worldwide Waterfall Database’s rankings of the top waterfalls in the world, Guyana is home to the No. 2 waterfall – Kaieteur Falls. This waterfall has a single drop of 741 feet. In comparison, Niagara Falls is 167 feet. It is considered to be the largest single-drop waterfall by volume in the world. 2. Guyana is […]

You Have to See This Magnificent Explanation of Why Black People Mistrust Mainstream Media in US


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8 Black Celebrity Pairs Who Have Dated the Same People


Singer Chris Brown and rapper/singer Drake both dated singer Rihanna. Actress Halle Berry dated actor Shemar Moore and actor Michael Ealy.

You Won’t Believe How This Enslaved African Outsmarted His Owners to Get His Freedom

Free Slave

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Watch Economist William Darity Breaks Down The Reason For Reparations In the Most Eloquent Way Possible

William Darity

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6 Ways Gun Control Was Connected to Racism


There have always been debates in the United States over Second Amendment rights and the ownership of weapons. In most cases in American history, only select groups enjoyed that right, while others could not. Many rules affecting Black people were influenced by laws made after Nat Turner’s Rebellion in 1831. Here are a few instances throughout U.S. history where […]

7 Jamaican Freedom Fighters Whose Stories Must Be Told on Film


Tacky Tacky was a Coromantee chief of the Akan people from Ghana. He led one of the most significant rebellions in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Tacky’s position as an overseer on the Frontier plantation in the St. Mary’s parish of Jamaica gave him the opportunity to draw plans for a rebellion. According to the Jamaica […]

12 Amazing Facts You May Not Know About Ghana

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Ghana was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence post-colonialism. It gained its independence on March 6, 1957.   Ghana was ranked as Africa’s most peaceful country by the Global Peace Index.  

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