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Why Do Black Women Hate Black Women?

The title of this video is "Why Do Black Women Hate Black Men?"
This video is a bit of departure from my usual uploads.  It's a bit raw and uncut.  A few days, I awakened from sleep and this question was piercing my awareness. "You are not married, why is that? Do you hate Black men?



I must say I was taken aback by this thought appearing in my awareness.  In fact it troubled me that anyone would think such a thing.


Typically, I am very meticulous about how I c
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Georgia
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NB Commentary: This is a very interesting article that I am reprinting. Leave your comments below.
Written by Dr. Oluyemi Olawaiye
I have battled with the idea of writing this article for over 3 years, but only got the needed incentive yesterday in the form of an extremely shallow, misinformed, inaccurate, deceptive and downright misleading documentary I watched on You Tube about how Nigeria was this drastically rising economic super power within the continent of Africa, and was going through this
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NYMetro
 
 
Above photo, l-r: Ambassador Vincent Sunny Okobi, former Nigerian Ambassador to Togo; Ms. Sally Dormeyan, African Diaspora Program Officer, World Bank; Hon. Bethels Amadi, 1st Vice President, Pan-African Parliament, and member of the Nigerian House of Representatives; Hon. Nassir Ali Ahmed, member of the Nigerian House of Representatives; Ambassador Cheick Sidi Diarra, Special Adviser, Office of the Special Adviser on Africa to the UN Secretary-General; Hon. John Abraham Godson, member of the
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KWANZAA UNITY DECLARATION, 2011

AFTER THE PAN AFRICAN UNITY SUMMIT, DECEMBER 16, 2011


We, the undersigned collective leadership, commit ourselves to the items of agreement below. We ask you to join us if you and your organization are (a) committed to building the African Union and to contributing to the unification and development of Africa, (b) committed to assist and participate with the African Diaspora in joining the AU as voting members, and (c) committed to recognize Africa as your mother

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NYMetro
 
Announcement to Raise $5 Million in Famine Relief for Africa
 
African Ambassadors to Celebrate Kwanzaa

African Union Diaspora Task Team Moves to Galvanize the African Diaspora
 
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Arriving at the meeting, Ambassador Dr. Dudley Thompson and his wife, being welcomed by Dr. Chika Onyeani, chair of the African Union Task Team, left, Ambassador and wife (middle), Ambassador Erieka Bennett and His Excellency Ambaassador Tete Antonio of the African Union Permanent Observer Mission to the UN.  At the left h
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The Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) is scheduled to address the audience at the 2nd Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference. Representatives will discuss "Historic, Political & Economic Significance of Africa’s Tripartite Free Trade Agreement." 

The central mission of the SRDC is to organize African descendant communities so they can be prepared to participate in electoral decisions to choose delegates to join the African Union (AU), which is the current continental bod
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“The building of a United States of Africa is most critical for the security and the sustainable economic development of African people in the world”, declared Omowale Clay, Vice Chair of the African Union Diaspora Task Team (AUDITT). Omowale was speaking at the second annual African Diaspora-Strategy Session on the African Union (ADISSAU) to report on AUDTT and the 2012 Global Diaspora Summit scheduled for South Africa. The meeting took place at African Union (AU) Mission in Washington, D.C.

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RHAW Pan African Ministers
African Diaspora Leaders to hold Special Session at AU Office in WDC

 

Atlanta. The RHAW Pan African Ministers, World African Diaspora Union (WADU) and other key African organizations will participate in the second annual African Diaspora-Strategy Session on the African Union (ADISSAU) on Friday, June 17, 2011 at the African Union (AU) Office in Washington, D.C. The June 2011 meeting will include African ambassadors and representatives of major African Diaspora organ

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African Diaspora Conference-Call for Papers

AFRICA INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA (AISA) RESEARCH PROPOSAL FOR THE ARCHIE MAFEJE FELLOWSHIP 2011

PROPOSED topic of conference:
Diasporan Africans as the Sixth Region of the African Union: Roles, Expectations and Responsibilities in Building Pan-Africanism in the 21st Century

A CALL FOR PAPERS

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“Our continent gives us the second largest land stretch in the world. The natural wealth of Africa is estimated to be greater than that of almost any other continent in the world. To draw the mo

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by Dr. David L. Horne,
SRDC and PADU

 

Last week, in Pretoria, South Africa, the current and past administrative capital of the country, there was a meeting sponsored by the South African government based on its 2006 mandate from the African Union to hold several conferences in and about the African Diaspora in order to identify what makes the Diaspora tick. This was all related to the AU's 2003 invitation to the African Diaspora to come and join that organization to assist in unifying the Afric

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by Dr. David L. Horne,
SRDC and PADU

 

Last week, in Pretoria, South Africa, the current and past administrative capital of the country, there was a meeting sponsored by the South African government based on its 2006 mandate from the African Union to hold several conferences in and about the African Diaspora in order to identify what makes the Diaspora tick. This was all related to the AU's 2003 invitation to the African Diaspora to come and join that organization to assist in unifying the Afric

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           THE PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE TO THE AFRICAN DIASPORA     12/18/2010

 

Most beloved Sisters and brothers of WADU and the world: 


     Much progress has been achieved in 2010 by internationally spreading the brand name of WADU as shown by invitations to send WADU representatives to international functions
such as the recent Festival in Senegal where we were strongly
represented not merely as attendants but as participants. We are beginning to
show our maturity by self examination

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Are You Ready To Go Home to Ethiopia or Ghana?
We are ready to facilitate your p/repatriation.
We are the Prepatriation Specialist!


DESTA Y. MEGHOO Development Consultancy, D.Y.M.D.C. & Associates, was founded in
2005 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We are part of an extensive network of goods and
service providers in Africa who can help facilitate your move home including air
and ground travel, accommodations, business development, relocation logistics
and more. We published the Rastafari Economic Devel
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World African Diaspora Union (WADU) ;

“We need citizenship to rebuild our Ancestral Homeland” emphasized Baba John Watusi Branch, Chief Secretariat of the World African Diaspora Union (WADU) while returning from Senegal, just one of his 100 plus business
missions to Africa over the last four decades.
“Dual-citizenship is the utmost concern and aspiration of the African Diaspora
now residing in Africa contributing their skills and investments to empower
Africa.” Baba Watusi Branch will be part o

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ANNOUNCING THE DECADE OF THE DIASPORA

Submitted by Sis. Iman Uqdah Hameen SRDC By Prof. David Horne, Ph.D Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) After thousands of conferences, Ndabas, roundtable discussions, forums and meetings talking about the need to unify for positive action, action is now upon us. From January, 2010 to December, 2010, the DECADE OF THE DIASPORA has now been formally announced in OUR WEEKLY in California by the Sixth Region Diasporan Caucus/PADU. The unity and partnership of African descendant folks now has a sp
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United States a microcosm of Global Africa

by Prof. Ali A. Mazrui Never has the Black population in the United States been as diverse as it is today. If Global Africa means people of African ancestry all over the world, the Black population of the United States is a microcosm of Global Africa. Today, this Black population includes people from literally every Black country in the world: from every member of the African Union, Organisation of American States and from other parts of the Black world as well. Black population in the United
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Africa

OUR IDENTITY - WHY IT'S IMPORTANT


THE HONORABLE SILLAS MUHAMMAD
Thank you for sharing this powerful message, when I signed my immigrations papers in Ghana to get residency I signed AFRODESCENDENT, even though I did not really like it,I understand the need for us to embrace a collective identity..I wish to thank the Lost Found Nation of Islam, Sillas Muhammad, & Chief Elder Osirus, and others for their years of work and leadership on our behalf....So we have 250 Million AFRODESCENDENTS in our Diasporan Nation!Much Repsect,AfroDes
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Africa
BF BANKIE:There were two main migrations out of Africa. There was the first exodus of the original man ( Homo sapiens sapiens ), who was black and who settled all over the world. The next migration out of Africa was forced by slavery. Although the western Diaspora in the Americas, the Caribbean and Europe is known, the eastern Diaspora, which preceded the western Diaspora by a millennium, is not generally known. The African eastern Diaspora is found wherever Africans were taken in Caucasia and T
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B.F. BANKIE:There were two main migrations out of Africa. There was the first exodus of the original man ( Homo sapiens sapiens ), who was black and who settled all over the world. The next migration out of Africa was forced by slavery. Although the western Diaspora in the Americas, the Caribbean and Europe is known, the eastern Diaspora, which preceded the western Diaspora by a millennium, is not generally known. The African eastern Diaspora is found wherever Africans were taken in Caucasia and
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AfrikaTalk: Realizing the Potential

Ory Okolloh tells the story of her life and her family -- and how she came to do her heroic work reporting on the doings of Kenya's parliament. About Ory Okolloh<

About this talk; http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/ory_okolloh_on_becoming_an_activist.html
Ory Okolloh maintains the blog Mzalendo, providing an unprecedented look at the doingsof Kenya's parliament -- information once unavailable to Kenyan citizens.
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