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Britain admits 1950 torture of Kenyans

The British government has admitted that the colonial administration in Kenya tortured and abused of detainees during the Mau Mau uprising that led to the country's independ

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Independence Day

July 4, 2012                   

Raynard Jackson

As we celebrate Independence Day here in the US, I wonder when the Black community is going to learn the true meaning of this day when it comes to politics.

Independence Day, or Fourth of July, is about freedom to think, be, imagine and to live.  In the U.S., July 4, 1776 was the day we celebrate our freedom from Great Britain.  Even though the adoption of the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 2, 1776, it is celebrated on the 4th.

Our desi

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by BBM/BMC on behalf of TAOBQ (The African Or Black Question)


Missed Opportunity of UN initiative prompts campaign on African identity

TAOBQ campaign highlights issues around African identity and postulates that people of African heritage in Britain should be called African, instead of black

December 15, 2011

2011 was declared by the United Nations (UN) as the International Year For People Of African Descent. This prompted history consultant and community activist Kwaku to start 'The Afri

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