Bronx Zoo “Apologizes” For Keeping African Man in a Cage

Empty apologies are being handed out left and right nowadays, especially those that pertain to race relations. The following information comes from the Atlanta Black Star. A zoo in The Bronx, New York, The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), has apologized for keeping an African man in a “monkey house.” Ota Benga, a member of the Mbuti…

Hundreds of Chinese Nationals Leave Kenya

There’s some great news coming out of Kenya and, well, you know the drill. The following information comes from Standard Media. Hundreds of Chinese nationals are reportedly repatriating back to China amid a spike in COVID-19 cases. Long queues were seen at the airport, and many nationals revealed that they applied to go back earlier…

Saturn Photographed Behind The Moon

The featured image in this post is a shot of the planet Saturn peeking behind the moon. Amazing, isn’t it? The following information is from Peta Pixel. Based in Timaru, New Zealand, astrophotographer and astronomer Paul Stewart captured this shot back in 2014 and created a composite of three photos. After capturing this image, Stewart…

Beyoncé, Continental Africans Are NOT Impressed

Now that Pan-Africanism has become a mainstream conversation within my community, there has been a lot of focus put on identity—culture, nationality, and race. Many celebrities have jumped on board and used their platform to artistically pay homage to our African ancestors. However, it has garnered some backlash (and rightfully so). Today’s culprit is Beyoncé….

Masculine Leadership

“If you don’t take command of your life, you will be a player in someone else’s. Someone else that is more willing to impose his will on the world will make you a pawn in their life.” – Robert Mac Until Next Time…

Happy Emancipation Day!!!

I just learned of a national holiday that’s celebrated in Jamaica, as well as other English and French-speaking Caribbean countries, and I had to highlight it. The following information comes from Loop Jamaica. On August 1, 1834, all African children under the age of six were deemed free from chattel slavery in Jamaica. But older…

Play Your Position

“Revolutionaries are not necessarily born poor or in the ghetto. There is a role for every person in revolution if he is a revolutionary. You don’t have to throw a Molotov cocktail to be a revolutionary.” – Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin formerly known as H. Rap Brown   In recent years, Black Empowerment has not only…