Have many of us asked ourselves the question: How is it that society amply rewards countless racist criminals for their assault and murder of African Americans—whether it is with monetary or found innocent in the eyes of the law—and how many in the African … Read More
In my post on February 27, 2017, In Defense of Rachel Dolezal—white woman who identifies as black, now jobless, may soon be homeless, I described my uneasiness with which both black and white communities have spoken ill about Rachel Dolezal. Up until reading … Read More
On September 9 and 10 the Cultural Center Gasteig in the city of Munich will host the sixth Pan-Africanism Congress in Germany. The event will take place in the context of the International Decade for People of African descent. Topics … Read More
Some 43 years ago, Muhammad Ali participated in a heated panel discussion about the plight of African-Americans on the Mike Douglas Show. How times have not change! The discussion is relevant on the eve of Donald Trump‘s ascendcy to President of the United States. I … Read More
What do you think? Why is the Benchmark European Hair? Click on the video to see what young South African women are doing about it.
Something must be done to end White Supremacist’s tax incentives. Express your rational thoughts about potentially effective actions NOW against this trend before it’s too late. Here is an excerpt from the New York Post, December 22, 2016. — The federal government … Read More
This decision by the U.S. Court Rules Dreadlock Ban During Catastrophe Management Solutions, Inc. Hiring Process Is Legal sends an ominous message! The U.S. Court is out of touch. What does a hairstyle, dressing choice, etc. have to do with job performance? The … Read More