Friday, February 21, 2020

Tag: Africans

7 Shameful Examples of Concentration Camps Created...

Post-Civil War Concentration Camps of the U.S. After the Civil War (and during the war), millions of freed Black people were funneled into concentration camps near...

8 Disturbing Things to Know About Being...

Black Egyptians experience racism daily. In their article, “Being black in Egypt,” Imogen Lambert and Nada Ramadan, two writers for al-Araby al-Jadeed, convey that those...

8 Accounts of Black People Being Used...

Gynecology Invented Through The Torture of Black Women In the 19th century, the father of modern gynecology, J. Marion Sims, conducted his research experiments on...

Israel to Deport Thousands of African Migrants...

Israel plans to expel thousands of African refugees to an unidentified third country, according to a court document obtained Monday, in an initiative that...

Africans Face Racism in Mumbai: ‘You Are...

Africans staying in and around India's commercial capital, Mumbai (formerly Bombay), complain of indiscriminate racism and constant police harassment, reports the BBC's Zubair Ahmed. Nigerian...

Israeli Prime Minister Seeks to Persecute Africans...

For a nation formed as a refuge for Jews escaping continued persecution in Europe, it is ironic that Israel now turns to the language...

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: African Immigrants A...

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday the phenomenon of African migrants infiltrating the country was a danger to Israel’s national identity. Netanyahu said the...

Black Pastors, Africans Having Difficulty with Obama...

As America’s first black president, Barack Obama has enjoyed a strong backing from African-Americans, as well as African natives. However, his recent backing of...

Meet Joyce Banda, Malawi’s First Female President

Something refreshingly new is taking place in Malawi—in the form of a dress. Women’s rights campaigner and former vice president, Joyce Banda, has been sworn...