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RT @havanatimes: Ortega continues to forbid Nicaraguans, mostly black from the Atlantic Coast, stranded at sea and Cayman Island to return…
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RT @Petchary: This is going to be an amazing FREE film festival live streaming with a strong environmental message, curated by Jamaican act…
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@KemziLinzi @Dreamz31 Move Jamaica closer to Cuba, in solidarity with Cuba - closer together.
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Foolishness or Worse Passing As Scientific Data from "Experts"

 “Social isolation during the pandemic was never meant to thwart social connections, but many family members, friends and neighbors of older adults are staying away to avoid exposing their loved ones to the virus. While that protects older adults from some health risks, the limited physical interactions reduce feelings of connectedness with others. It can also exacerbate other health risks. Without frequent and meaningful social interactions and stimulation, older adults’ cognitive…

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What Happens When the Role of Spokespersons and “Leaders” for the Black Collective Transitions from Activists and Practitioners to Politicians and Mainstream Media “Talking-Heads?”

What Happens When the Role of Spokespersons and “Leaders” for the Black Collective Transitions from Activists and Practitioners to Politicians and Mainstream Media “Talking-Heads?”ABlack PaperBy‘Baba’ Amefika GeukaFebruary 3, 2019From the time that people of African descent were first brought to the continent of North America starting in the 16th century, to the election of Barack Obama as the nation’s first “black” president in 2007, leaders of and spokespersons for the uplift and advancement…

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The Coming Economic Reset and What It May Mean To You

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            “The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business,…

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“A Black Man Survivor’s Guide” - a candid discussion of various modern cultural realities and their effects on African American culture

Kenneth Green is an ordained minister, church founder, entrepreneur, and father of three boys who has worked as a professional mentor, educator, and prison instructor and is active in his church. He has published his new book “A Black Man Survivor’s Guide”: a thought-provoking commentary offered for the progress and advancement of African American men.Green writes, “Black men in general and specifically in America are survivors. In the twenty-first century, strategies are needed to overcome the…

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100 Years of Red, Black and Green Begins August 13, 2020: Mhotep Corporation plans to make August 13 the Reddest, Blackest, Greenest day ever

Today the Mhotep Corporation announced plans to make August 13, 2020 the Reddest, Blackest and Greenest day ever. To that end, they invite everyone to celebrate and “Wear Red, Black and Green on August Thirteen!” 100 years of the Red, Black, and Green aka RBG (#RBG100), which symbolizes the origin of the entire human race on the continent of Africa, is a significant milestone.August 13, 2020 begins 100 years since designation of Red, Black, and Green as the colors of Black people worldwide.…

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Racism and Dominance

HAVANA TIMES – The #MeToo movement triggered worldwide protests that hopefully was instrumental in making people better aware of a continuous and often hidden mistreatment of women. Maybe can the current I can’t breathe movement make people realize that institutional racism is far from extinct. It was in 1967 the term Institutional Racism was coined by Stokely Carmichael (later known as Kwame Ture) and Charles V. Hamilton. They wrote that even if individual racism can be quite easy to detect,…

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Don't Allow The .001% to Make Fools of US

Don’t Allow The 1% to Make Fools of UsJunious Ricardo Stanton             The only way an extremely small percentage of the world’s population can rob, and hoard most of the world’s wealth and manipulate and control the masses to work against our own best interests is to trick and dupe us into doing their bidding. The ruling classes don’t respect us; they view us as submissive sheep to be sheered and slaughtered at will. But they are not going to come out and say this in public to us, they use…

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Big Pharma Has A Big Image Problem

Big Pharma Has A Major Image ProblemJunious Ricardo Stanton “The new low in the pharmaceutical industry's U.S. image comes amid a range of criticisms of industry norms, from generating the highest drug costs in the world to spending massive amounts in lobbying politicians to the industry's role in the U.S. opioid crisis. Several Democratic candidates have called out the industry in their party's presidential debates. Just after Gallup conducted this poll, an Oklahoma judge ordered Johnson &…

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The Great White Hope

Many are misled into thinking that Donald Trump has captured just a faction of the Republican Party. In reality, he is the champion of the entire Republican Party that fulfills their real views. In other words, the Republican Party has always espoused those Trump views, but held them undercover because they were so repulsive. At last they have found a leader who can get away with admitting them publicly. Regardless of how odious Trump’s actions, generally every Republican member of the…

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West Coast Artist, Chris Cash releases the visual to his latest single, “Shark Bait”

Chris Cash holds an energized delivery that drives his fans crazy and screaming wanting more. Redefining what it takes to be a top-notch entertainer along with his entire catalog of music, Chris Cash is a raw cut of musical greatness and compliments what it means to be a rapper. He is a renaissance man with an impeccable hustle destined to change the rap game one song at a…

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The Rivers State All Progressives Congress Caretaker Committee says the party’s attention has been drawn to reactions in the media credited to Hon. Elemchukwu Ogbowu who served as a one - time member of the Rivers State House of Assembly.

 

Hon. Ogbowu, in his reaction is quoted as saying that his name was included among members of the statutory members who set aside the sole administratorship model that Hon Igo Aguma who obtained leadership through a legal tussle was bent on…

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