50 Jamaicans in the UK to Be Deported

Dr. Mumbi Seraki advised on her show that Africans returning to their homelands is a prophetic calling. A part of me wanted to refute that but given the current conditions of African people, the success of the Year of Return in Ghana, and the most recent news coming out of the UK, I can’t say…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Yoshef Ben-Jochannan

“Truth is a continuous examination, and Fact… always supersedes belief.” – Dr. Yoshef Ben-Jochannan   When it comes to ancient African scholarship, no one has grabbed my attention like Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan. So it’s only right that I highlight his legacy on this blog. Dr. Yosef Alfredo Antonio Ben-Jochannan was an Egyptologist, Historian, and Writer…

Pretty Healthy

Are you in Miami Gardens, Florida and looking for a place to eat? Well, I recommend Pretty Healthy. Pretty Healthy offers a variety of healthy food options, with salads, wraps, and smoothies being their specialty. Catering and call-ins are also an option for large parties and faster service. Located at 1750 NW 27th Avenue, Suite…

Dear Harriet…

Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman were two of the most well-known and respected abolitionists during the American Civil War era. So you can imagine my excitement when I heard, by way of BlackMail4U, that Douglass pinned a letter to Tubman. Both Douglass and Tubman were born into slavery in Maryland. Frederick Douglass escaped to the…

Chinese Man Arrested for Whipping Kenyan Employee

The Open Door Policy that African people have for others comes with a price. I’m going to keep reiterating this until my group wakes up. The following information comes from Kenyans.co.ke. DCI, The Director for Criminal Investigations, has confirmed the arrest of four Chinese nationals after a video of a Chinese man beating his Kenyan…

What is Propertarianism?

As stated in a previous post, social media is a hub for political commentary. I’ve learned so much from content creators online that my resentment for not majoring in political science is almost null and void. One political analyst who’s kept my attention has been John Mark. He’s introduced me to a relatively new form…

Jamaica Bans Travel Between China due to Coronavirus

Greetings All, I’ve been somewhat annoyed with the continent and their actions regarding the coronavirus. But I saw some great news today and had to share. The following information comes from Loop Jamaica. Jamaica initiated a travel ban to and from China, sending back 19 Chinese nationals, to minimize the spread of the coronavirus. The…

Equatorial Guinea Donates $2 Million to China for Coronavirus

Greetings Everyone, In a previous post, I addressed the $5 million donation made by The Gates Foundation to fight the coronavirus. Well, I found some additional news today and had to share it. The following information comes out of Africa News.  Equatorial Guinea has donated $2 million to China to combat the coronavirus. Chaired by…

Is Polygamy a Solution?

I was listening to a podcast earlier when the host asked a very interesting question: Is monogamy a natural occurrence in humans or is it cultural? Monogamy is defined as the practice of being married to one partner. Here in the West, the societal norm is to fall in love with one person, get married,…

The Gates Foundation Gives $5 Million to Africa to Fight Coronavirus

Greetings Folks, I’ve tried to stay abreast with the coronavirus and came across some news today that I had to share. The following information comes out of Africa Feeds. The coronavirus first emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan but has now spread to Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. To combat…

Words From The Wise: Shirley Chisholm

“You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.” – Shirley Chisholm   Women in politics have come a long way here in the United States. And I wanted to highlight someone who paved the way for not only women but other minorities to advance. Shirley…

Freedom Home Academy International

Greetings All, In a previous post, I advised that homeschooling is currently on the rise here in the United States. My community has become the fastest-growing segment, with an estimated 220,000 African American students being homeschooled and making up 10% of the nation’s demographic. I’ve recently discovered another homeschooling institution that’s been making serious strides…