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Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

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10 Pre-Colonial African Kingdoms You Probably Don’t Know About


Nok Culture (500 B.C. to 200 A.D.) The Nok Culture spanned the end of the Neolithic (Stone Age) and start of the Iron Age in sub-Saharan Africa. One of the earliest African centers of iron-working and terracotta figure production, the Nok Culture remains an enigma. The Nok were an extremely advanced society, with one of the […]

Scholars Explain the Benefits of Melanin to Black People That Mainstream Media Often Ignore


Video by Hidden Colors

6 Ways Africa Is Being Exploited by Europeans and Asian Neo-Colonists

Africa tax evasion

Asymmetric Trade Trade between China and Africa was worth more than $200 billion last year, 20 times what it was in 2000. Many Africans say that China is a better partner than Europe or the U.S. However, China’s extraction of billions of dollars in African resources, which are used to make the manufactured goods that are then […]

This Sports Analogy By Amefika Geuka Is An Interesting Strategy For The Oppressed To Overcome Their Oppressors

Amefika Geuka

20 Black Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Born in the UK


Pioneer rapper Slick Rick Popular actor Idris Elba Actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Hotel Rwanda actress Sophie Okonedo

9 of the Poorest Cities in America With Large African-American Populations


According to 2010 census data, in Detroit, 42.3 percent of the population is low-income, and 82.7 percent of the population is African-American. The city population is around 682,000. According to 2010 census data, in Cleveland, 36.1 percent of the population is low-income, and 53.3 percent of the population is African-American. The total population is about 396,815.

What Tavis Smiley Says About President Obama – Is It a Serious Discussion That Black People Should Be Having?

Tavis Smiley

16 Black Celebrities You May Not Have Known Were of Bajan Descent


Jada Pinkett Smith The actress’s mother is of Afro-Caribbean descent, specifically Bajan. LL Cool J The rapper/actor’s grandfather was from Barbados.

This Video Is a Gripping Look Into How Far the US Government Went to Subvert Black Leaders

Fred Hampton

14 African Nations Being Forced By France to Pay Taxes for the ‘Benefits’ of Colonialism


Fourteen nations listed below are in agreement to deposit 65 percent of all foreign currency reserves in a shared reserve fund to France. The countries established the Monetary and Economic Union of West Africa. Their currency, the CFA-Franc, is printed under supervision of the French National Bank in Chamaliéres, France. Christof Lehmann wrote for […]

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