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AFRICA
IS NOT A COUNTRY



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AFRICA
IS NOT A COUNTRY



IT’S A CONTINENT!



 
 

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THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE FOR POWER

Malcolm X and Elijah Muhammad, David and Saul, Achilles and Agamemnon. What do these three pairs of leaders all have in common? An important lesson for the future that we can all learn by looking at the past. [...]

IF WE HAD NOT COME TO AMERICA

If we had never come to America, there would be very few crops that flourished because America’s AGRICULTURE was built on the labor of Africans. There would be no cities with tall skyscrapers because Alexander Mils, a Black [...]

AFRICANS vs. AFRICAN AMERICANS vs. CARIBBEAN AMERICANS

( A discussion involving:   Marcus, … Clive, and >> Denise ) …. Marcus, you know I don’t think that Africans like African Americans. Say what? …. Based on what I’ve seen, in my neighborhood, which has Africans, African [...]

BLACK POPES OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? But it shouldn’t. Of the one billion Roman Catholics in the world today, at least 20% (200 million) are Black. Africa alone has 130 million Black Catholics. In fact, the largest Catholic [...]

AFRICANS IN ANCIENT BRITAIN

Blacks have been living in Britain from prehistoric times to the present era. Irish tradition tells of a giant-like race of Africans headed by a king with a retinue of priests called Fomorians. They were depicted as gloomy [...]

From PANGEA To The PYRAMIDS

Have you ever noticed how the Continents look like they could all fit together in a giant jigsaw puzzle? Well that’s because they were, all together that is, until about 200 million years ago. And then Pangaea, the [...]

MALCOLM X vs. MARTIN LUTHER KING

Have you ever been asked, “Of the two and their philosophies, King and Malcolm, which do you prefer?”           Everything has its opposite. Black has white. Night has day. Hard, soft. Hot, cold. If there was a Martin [...]

Spike Lee’s DO THE RIGHT THING Revisited

(Today it was 100 degrees in NYC. Whenever it gets this hot, Spike Lee’s 1989 film,  Do The Right Thing, set in one block in Brooklyn on the hottest day of the year, always comes to mind. . [...]

Astronaut MAE JEMISON flew as Mission Science Specialist on a seven day flight aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 1992. She was born in Decatur, Alabama on October 17, 1956 just as the bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, [...]

Contrary to popular belief, African Americans are by no means a homogeneous population. They are composed of a variety, of now overlapping, but originally much more distinct, ethnic strands. In coastal South Carolina, there are the Gullah people, [...]