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Spanish parliament admit to discus on apologize Black slavery

From: Federación Panafricanista

The Partido Popular (PP) is preparing a non-legislative proposal (PNL) with the intention that Spain "is solidarity and recognize the rights of blacks in history," the spokesman explained yesterday Foreign PP, Gustavo de Arístegui. With the proposal, seeking a formula to recognize the historical grievances of black communities in Africa and America for slavery. " Izquierda Unida (Comunist) in the mouth of the… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 24, 2009 at 9:24pm — 2 Comments

President Barack Obama

Raynard Jackson

January 22, 2009

Now that we had inauguration day

I have something I want to say

Let’s take a look back at history

And try to unravel a wonderful mystery

Now that Obama is President

I know he will represent

The great red, white and Blue

That includes me and that includes you

They said it could not be done

Why in the hell would he run

Is this boy crazy… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 22, 2009 at 1:19am — No Comments

A Message to Our Fellow 'Whites' upon the Inauguration of President Barack Obama

Hope and the Central Contradiction

A Message to Our Fellow 'Whites' upon the Inauguration of President Barack Obama

From the Executive Board of Caucasians United for Reparations and Emancipation

People of all races, ages, ethnicities and nationalities are celebrating today with high hopes for the Obama Administration. They look for their own best selves within the Illinois Senator, asking him to change what is wrong with America and rescue a way of life they… Continue

Added by KWASI Akyeampong on January 20, 2009 at 6:24pm — 1 Comment

Re-examining Nigeria’s Relationship with Other Africans

A letter titled “Nigerians and Botswana” published in The Guardian of Sunday 18th January 2009, and sent in by Ifeoma Ogbodo from Lagos caught my eye. The letter basically drew our attention to the treatment being meted out to Nigerians by the Government of the Southern African country of Botswana. The letter recounted that the Government of Botswana in January 2008 banned the employment of Nigerian health and other professionals in their public sector including doctors, pharmacists, lecturers… Continue

Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on January 20, 2009 at 5:56pm — No Comments


I never set out to be the first black writer of fantasy and sword-and-sorcery fiction. The position had remained open for quite a while, and when I began to write for the purpose of publication (as opposed to school assignments and personal scribbling), it was still there, and mine for the taking.

The road that led me there featured plenty of twists and turns, but the direction in which it led was always plain. I started reading science fiction in the late 1950s, when I was what is… Continue

Added by Charles R. Saunders on January 20, 2009 at 1:44pm — No Comments

Reparations / Celebrations and Struggle

As African-Americans prepare celebrations for Dr. King’s Birthday and Black History Month, we are taken away from the ideals of what both occasions called for. Dr. King’s life did not revolve around celebrations. Dr. King’s life was mirrored by the Civil Rights Movement. He was beaten by the police on several occasions as he led boycotts, freedom rides, marches, protests and sit-ins against discrimination and injustice. Blacks should realize statistics show they are far from equality, so there… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 19, 2009 at 6:19pm — No Comments



JANUARY 19, 2009

While the United States of America, and the world celebrate and anticipate the inauguration of the first African in history to the presidency of the “American experiment,” as Dr. Obadele I Obadele, former president of The Republic of New Afrika refers to it – Black Community Organizers held series of summit meetings on the land where one of Black America’s most reverent Community Organizer in history, Nat Turner, led the Black… Continue

Added by SendMeYourNews on January 19, 2009 at 6:10pm — No Comments

'Day One' - Proud Moment and Powerful Journey - It is time

Inauguration Day, Tuesday January 20, 2009, will be one of the proudest days my life. It is also one of the most important transitions in the history of this country.

Tomorrow, President Barack Obama will carry a weight on his shoulders that ranks near the top of the list for incoming presidents. It is serious enough that ‘Day One’ already started weeks ago. Now it is time to go to the next level.

As citizens of this country we are customers of the federal… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 19, 2009 at 1:29pm — No Comments

Barack Obama & Black America

In the sixties we had the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and we had a president named John F. Kennedy. At that time we as a people (African American and Caribbean) people knew what it meant to be a proud people. We stood together and fought for equality. We broke down racial barriers in peaceful demonstrations even though we were hosed, beaten, arrested and set upon by dogs.

In recent years however, we have become doggish towards each other. We no longer think that fighting to make a better… Continue

Added by Nzingha Brooks on January 19, 2009 at 12:38am — 4 Comments

Will We See Change We Can Believe In?

From The Ramparts

Junious Ricardo Stanton

Will We See Change We Can believe In?

“Since the 1960's black’s consistent level of voter participation indicates that they steadfastly believe that their voting power can significantly change their life conditions. This will not happen, though much effort and expense go into black voter registration and get out the vote projects. Blacks have successfully put black and white candidates into high government offices… Continue

Added by Junious Ricardo Stanton on January 18, 2009 at 10:52pm — 1 Comment

Lets Carnival !!! It's Time for Black History Month

What About Black History Month, Makes it Deserve a Blog Carnival -

Since we're celebrating the election and soon to be inauguration of Barack Obama as the nations 44th president. Do We All Remember the road that led him there ?

as our contribution to History - During the month of February 2009 BadGalsRadio will sponsor the 2009'…


Added by RE Ausetkmt on January 18, 2009 at 1:25am — 1 Comment

An Open Letter to Martin Luther King

by Philip Emeagwali

Walk with me down memory lane. The time: 1968. In 30 months, one million dead. The setting: a dusty camp in Biafra where survivors waited and hoped for peace. The survivors: Refugees fleeing from the “Dance of Death.” My mentor: One of the refugee camp directors, whom I called “Teacher” out of respect.

“Martin Luther King has been killed,” Teacher said, with a pained voice and vacant eyes. I looked… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 17, 2009 at 10:17pm — 1 Comment

Grassroots organization inspiring our children to "Rise To The Top"

The 100 Plus ASYB - Rites-of-Passage Projects (100+ASYB), by Kuumba Promos - ALC, a grassroots organization, shall inspire our children to believe that they can "Rise To The Top" through education, positive affirmation and personal motivation that will have young males "Moving Toward Manhood"; shall serve as a means to enhance the academic, social, and cultural development of itʼs participants, their families and their community; to nurture participantsʼ life management skills and… Continue

Added by SendMeYourNews on January 17, 2009 at 9:31pm — No Comments

WCAR: Statement about the Durban Review and People of African Descent

Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent

Eighth Session Geneva, 12-16 January 2009

Statement about the Durban Review and People of African Descent

Presented during the Session, January 15, 2009.

By African Canadian Legal Clinic, African Women’s Movement in Europe “Sophiedela”, Stichting National Monument the Netherlands (LPS/Panafstrag Europe NL), Tiye International, Pan-African Roots Organization, The University of Dayton, Afro Swedish National… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 16, 2009 at 10:31am — No Comments


January 15, 2009

GENEVA---Bob Brown, co-director of Pan-African Roots, arrived in Geneva, Switzerland on January 13, 2009, to attend the Eighth Session of the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent which meets from January 12 to January 16, 2009. He is attending this Session as a representative of the International Indian Treaty Council, an NGO with ECOSOC Consultative Status.

Hosted by the UN Human Rights Council, the Eighth Session focused… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 15, 2009 at 8:11pm — No Comments

Senate Republicans, Eric Holder, and the Black Community

Raynard Jackson

January 15, 2009

Once again Republicans are showing how tone deaf this party really is. This time, the stupidity is emanating from the United States senate. President-elect Obama has nominated Eric Holder to be the next United States Attorney General. He will be the first Black Attorney General in our country’s history. Holder has served as a former Superior Court judge of the District of Columbia (appointed by,… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 15, 2009 at 9:26am — No Comments

Ezrah Aharone's New Book: "Sovereign Evolution"






Ezrah AharoneAuthorHouse • 301 Pages • ISBN: 978-1-4389-3858-5



Added by TheBlackList on January 14, 2009 at 9:43pm — No Comments

January is National Mentoring Month -- Be the Change: Mentor a Child

Greetings Family,

(Contact Information At The Bottom Of The Page)

It's your friendly neighborhood "Digital Drummer"

Roger Madison (founder and CEO of is a dynamic brother that is doing great things to enhance the online experience for Blacks in the Diaspora. Below is just a sample of the timely, relevant, and empowering information that you can find at

Many (or should I say most) of us have profiles on MySpace,… Continue

Added by Jim Neusom on January 14, 2009 at 12:58pm — No Comments

Within the Internet lies Africa’s clay of wisdom

by Philip Emeagwali

According to history books, gun-wielding European slave traders kidnapped one in five Africans and transported them across the oceans to the Americas. A less visible, but no means less drastic technological tool of suppression, is the compass, a device used worldwide for navigation. In the same way that Britain used its maritime knowledge and the US harnessed… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 14, 2009 at 12:28pm — No Comments

Council superior de l' Audiovisuel (CSA) a front for cultural genocide of the Black populations in France

by Mbegane NDOUR


We speak definitely about cultural genocide of the black populations in France. How not to speak about genocide when the only forms of cultural expression broadcast are skinned of cultural values and identity? How steps to speak strong genocide facing a sous separated, to think that we do not know that to run quickly, to type one in balls, to dance and to move with the frenetic rhythms of drums or hip-hop beat? how marginalized and stigmatized populations… Continue

Added by TheBlackList on January 14, 2009 at 11:36am — No Comments

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