This appeal may seem like another internet rant to some, perhaps prophetic to some, and then maybe just another good "droppin knowledge" by others. Either way, it is designed to get us Black/African people (I use Black and African int
During the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, a number of radical groups, like the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), have risen from the shadows. The American people are now calling this group “White Power” activists, the “alt-right,” White supremists and Whi
With the accession of the Republic of Liberia's membership to the World Trade Organization there has been considerable dialogue amongst Liberian nationals in the United States about the economic future of their West African nation.
Throughout the developed world, African nationals are racing to build sustainable marketplaces for independent designers of Afro-centric inspired fashions. Numerous African inspired Fashion Week events have em
Afrakan Queen Mother Warriors (AQMW) in attendance as "credentialed observers" of the International Reparations Summit hosted by the Institute of the Black World 21st Century shared a video commentary in love,
Black African Americans Deserve Reparations! We have never had a clear demand for what we want, until now. Reparations Now! For Black African Americans and Here's What We Want! (eBook $1.99) written by author, entrepreneur and innovator, C. Earl Ca
Is it time once again for the descendent of African Enslaved in America to rename and redefine themselves in the 21st Century? From Slaves, Negroes, Blacks to African Americans: What about a unifying name such as "Black African Americans"?
I've been away from the Black list for a long time now, and for for several reasons. However, the main reason is the same for many action-oriented African/Black folk like myself. We are on our grind and most converstation...when
5th Annual Harlem African Day Parade, Sunday, October 9, 2011, from11:00AM til 4:00PM - from Malcolm X and 135th to 122nd Street and over to Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. There will be a street festival at the ACP State Office Building, with live entert
Desiree Rogers, the first African American White House Social Secretary, will be the keynote speaker at the 3rd annual African Awards Gala in St. Paul, Minnesota on Saturday, October 8. Ms. Rogers is chief executive officer of Johnson Publishing Compa