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June  2016 Vol 28 

 

 

 

Fox News Caught Telling The Truth

About Founding Fathers of United States Being Black

It is very rare that Fox News report something that gives black people the respect that they deserve.   Lets just call a spade a spade,  Fox News is probably the most racist television station not only on earth,   but in the universe.  They might as all have the Ku Klux Klan as news reporters.   but even in darkness,  sometimes light can shine through.   well what exactly are we talking about?

Fox News anchor Glenn Beck did some research on who really found this country.  What he came up with was astonishing.   Like most people,  he was taught that African  people were only slaves in the United States and really   didn't contribute anything to the country other than being a slave.   after doing his research,  boy oh boy was he wrong.   he was so surprised that he decided to contact historians on why information like this was left out of the history books.  I salute glenn Beck of Fox News for not being scared to report this on  Fox News.  

 

 

 Featured News

African Solution for African Problem to Ensure Reliable Peace and Security - Premier

Africa's problems

Africa need to work together to get its rightful place in the world involving pertinent bodies including the private sector. Thus, Tana Forum would serve as an instrument to achieve set goals. Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn said that Africans should come up with African solutions to problems through collecting and analyzing knowledge as well as strengthening local institutions.

 

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Little Africa

Little Africa ;

You dropped a bomb on me by Gap band representing Greenwood Avenue, Archer and Pine Streets This music describes the destruction of Little Africa that was known as Little Africa. The music depicted the sizzling sound of Dynamic thrown from plane to machine gun fire.  Notaby,  this was not  riot.   It was a well plan act of war to destroy Little Africa  and at the same time,  murder its citizens. 

 You Dropped A Bomb on Me

Africa need to work together to get its rightful place in the world involving pertinent bodies including the private sector. Thus, Tana Forum would serve as an instrument to achieve set goals. Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn said that Africans should come up with African solutions to problems through collecting and analyzing knowledge as well as strengthening local institutions.

  

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2Pac and Africa


tupuc

Unlike some of the other artists that were mentioned, Tupac expressed a rather limited interest in Africa. He occasionally mentioned South Africa and dedicated a poem titled “Just a Breath of Freedom” to Nelson Mandela. Beyond that, Tupac was not as interested in African affairs in the way other Diaspora artists such as Bob Marley and Peter Tosh were. More so than any other American rapper, however, Tupac was able to connect to Africa.

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Diaspora News


Cuba's Ongoing Resistance to US Ideological War

us Ideological War

Before leaving Montreal for Havana in March 2016 to cover  Obama's trip to Havana, I wrote an article on Cuba–US relations. Referring to the cultural war to include, in the broad sense of the term, ideological and political aggression, I asked: “The question is, will Obama’s visit to Cuba provide Cubans the opportunity to make headway against the cultural war, or will it allow the US to make inroads? Or are both these scenarios on the horizon?”

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When Emperor Haile Selassie went to Jamaica on this day in 1966

 

Fifty years ago today, Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie visited Jamaica. Hysterical crowds of thousands of people greeted him the airport in the capital of Kingston. The Ethiopian resistance to Italian colonialism and later occupation, legendary in the Atlantic world, drew some of the attention, but it was the Jamaica’s Rastafari population who were particularly enthusiastic. Rastafari revered (and still revere) Haile Selassie as divine. 

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African News

 

Empowering the Next Generation of African Start-ups and Entrepreneurs

Next generation

What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution mean to you? Do you fear robots or self-driving cars taking your job, or do you embrace the blockchain, 3D-Printing or any other fast-developing technology as an opportunity to create a business, leapfrog the competition or build a fairer, more equal society?

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The horrific everyday racist treatment of Africans abroad


 African Abroad

This is Wandoh Timothy from Chad after he was assaulted by a mob in Bangalore as he was going to pick his daughter up from school. Wandoh talks about the attack in this video.
Many Africans leave their majority Black countries with naïve notions of race and racism, and the realisation that someone else sees them as less than human simply because of the colour of their skin is an extreme culture shock. The stories we hear are of everyday racist treatment, yet we rarely hear any African government raising hell to protect the wellbeing of their citizens. Here are just a few of the more recent stories, one of which just happened in India.

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History Tidbits

 

New York Maafa (slave) Rebellion of 1712

New York maafa

In the early 1700s, New York had one of the largest enslaved populations of any of England’s invaded territories. One out of every five New York residents was enslaved. The Maafa (slavery) in New York differed from some of the other territories because there were no large plantations. Many enslaved Africans were skilled workers, carpenters, stone masons, fishermen, and boat builders. These Atlantians (enslaved Blacks) lived and worked next to free and indentured whytes and some intermarried when they got their freedom.

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Nubia and the Powerful Kingdom of Kush

kush

Pharaonic Egypt is arguably the most famous ancient civilization on the African continent. This does not mean, however, that it was the only ancient civilization that sprang from African soil. Egypt’s southern neighbors, the Nubians (Egyptian for ‘gold’, due to the abundance of this precious metal in their lands), have had an uneasy relationship with the Egyptians over the millennia. At times, they were seen as allies of the Egyptians, while at other times they were seen as the wretched enemies. Under the Kingdom of Kush, however, the Nubians would conquer Egypt and establish a dynasty of their own.

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