History – ROUTES by Ronald Bunn

“Up South: The Great Migration”

Dred-Scott Keyes must be congratulated for his photo documentation of Slavery and post Slavery conditions of African-Americans and their mass migration out of the southern United States. Dred-Scott Keyes produces a radio program “The Cutting Edge” where Journalism, Politics, Culture and … Read More

6th Pan-Africanism Congress in Munich, Germany — Highlighting the African Continent and Her Diaspora  

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

Tupac Talks Donald Trump & Greed in America in 1992 and “The Charleston Chronicle”—both have vital Black History Month Messages for you

In 1992, I was very busy working on a career and Hip Hop was not on my radar, and consequently, I didn’t listen to a Tupac Shakur. I had no idea who Tupac was. It’s only within the past two … Read More

Cornell University Library – Collection of 645 African-American images from 1860s-1960s

Cornell University Library has made available a collection of 645 African-American images from the 1860s through the 1960s. The collection was donated to the University by Stephan and Beth Loewentheil in 2012. The university says “one of the goals — … Read More

In 1974, Muhammad Ali, Mike Douglas, U.S. Congressman Wayne Levere Hays, Sly Sylvester Stone and George Peppard have a heated conversation about racism In the United States of America!

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

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