Coronavirus Updates

I’m going to keep conspiracy theories on the coronavirus to myself for now, because I’m still doing research. But I have been reading up on some updates. The following information comes from Newsfusion. After the first death on U.S. soil, occurring in Washington State, President Donald Trump has advised that there is nothing to fear….

The J. Hamilton Collection

Are you looking for a few accessories to enhance your tailor-made suit? Well, I’d look no further than the J. Hamilton Collection. Based in Charlotte, NC, the J. Hamilton Collection is a premier accessory line that offers a variety of pieces tailored for customer-specific needs. Engineer and Founder John-Hamilton Bryels provides bow ties, pocket squares,…

HBCUs Are Bridging the Gap Between Africa and the Diaspora

With the success of the Year of Return and the open discussions on Pan-Africanism, a part of me wondered when Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) would come into the picture. If you’ve been following this blog, then you know how important it is for global Africa to receive an African-Centered education. Homeschooling programs are…

3rd Annual Black Fathers Rock Award Ceremony

Greetings All, I had the pleasure of attending the 3rd Annual Black Fathers Rock Award Ceremony and wanted to give an overview. As stated before, Black Fathers Rock is an organization that seeks to change the narrative and dispel the notion that Black fathers are absent. And the award ceremony recognizes those fathers who are…

Namibia to Export Red Meat to the United States

Greetings Everyone, My meat eaters will be happy about the following news. This information comes from Africa News. After 18 years of negotiations, Namibia will become the first African country to export red meat to the United States. MeatCo, the Meat Corporation of Namibia, sent 25 tonnes of beef to Philadelphia, PA, earlier this week….

Bomba

I was browsing Elders and Ancestor‘s Instagram page when I saw a traditional dance being performed. I knew it was African, and upon doing some research, I found out that the name of the dance style is called Bomba. Its birthplace is in Puerto Rico, so this prompted me to take another viral trip to…

Men’s Rights vs. Feminism: Is Toxic Masculinity Real?

This was an interesting discussion on Men’s Rights and Feminism. However, there were a few flaws. There wasn’t a Black man on the panel. History and culture play a factor in societal gender norms, but neither was mentioned. Neither side used enough statistical data to support their points, which diminished the overall credibility. Feel free…

Black Girls Smile

Greetings All, If you’ve been following this blog, then you know that I’ve been open about mental health awareness within my community. Well, I came across an organization that’s doing great work for Black women and girls in this field, and I had to spotlight them. Black Girls Smile Inc. Black Girls Smile Inc. is a…

Ghana Immigration Rescues 50 Girls from Arab Trafficking

In a previous post, I highlighted the abuse that many African women face in Middle Eastern countries. Due to poverty and low education, thousands of African women take up jobs as “housegirls.” They’re promised higher wages and better lives, but once they land in those countries, things become a nightmare. Well, several countries throughout the…

What is Agenda 21?

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, in 1992, from June 3-14, the United Nations held a conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. President George H.W. Bush and 177 other leaders signed a document known as Agenda 21. Its initial aim was to deal with global sustainability, but since then it…

Scientists Generate Electricity Out of Thin Air

Greetings Folks, I came across some exciting news earlier and had to share with you all. The following information comes from Science Blog and Science Alert. Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a device that can create electricity from moisture in the air. Called the “Air-gen,” Electrical Engineer Jun Yao and Microbiologist…

Online Salute

Greetings Good People, In a previous post, I shared some clips of Dr. Okunami Obádélé Kambon. However, I didn’t highlight the personality who interviewed him. So Honest Media would like to give an online salute to Wode Maya. Wode Maya is a Freelance Vlogger who’s on a mission to change the negative narrative of Africa. By…