COVID-19 Passport Apps?

The United Nation’s Digital ID was highlighted in a previous post, and I knew that it was only a matter of time before this “solution” made its way to the United States. The following information comes from the New York Post. Several passport apps that will verify a person’s coronavirus vaccine & test status are…

Words From The Wise: President Uhuru Kenyatta

“Indeed, I’ve noticed in the conversations in Western countries and their counterparts in Asia and the Middle East a return to competition over Africa. In some cases weaponizing divisions, pursuing proxy actions, and behaving like Africa is for the taking. Well, I want to tell you it is not!” – President Uhuru Kenyatta 2nacheki TV…

Chinese Journalist Jailed for COVID-19 Reports

In a previous post, I highlighted COVID-19 whistleblower, Dr. Li-Meng Yan. Well, more Chinese citizens are speaking out and being punished for doing so. The following information comes from BBC News. Journalist and former lawyer Zhang Zhan was sentenced to four years in prison for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” regarding the coronavirus. Since China…

Free Inter-African Trade Update

The African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA)—originally set to begin in July but postponed because of COVID-19—will now start January 1st, 2021. The following update comes from Africa News. AfCFTA has been signed and ratified by all 55 African Union states except Eritrea, and its plan will increase intra-trade on the continent by 6% by…

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

Greetings All, I recently watched Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t seen it already. Directed by George C. Wolfe, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom stars Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman. The year is 1927, and the place is Chicago,…

Poverty On The Rise for Ghanian Cocoa Farmers?

In a previous post, I highlighted Ghana and Ivory Coast’s success as the world’s top two cocoa growers. Well, an update, by way of Africa News, may change that narrative, especially for its farmers. Ghanian cocoa farmers are becoming discouraged with their crops, advising that they are low on returns and struggling to break free…

Andrew Yang Proposes COVID-19 Vaccination Barcodes

What better way to kick off the week than with COVID-19 foolishness; conspiracy theorists, you can thank Natural News for this one. Former Presidential candidate Andrew Yang recently suggested on his Twitter account that Americans be assigned barcodes showing that they have been vaccinated for the coronavirus. He argues that instead of giving vaccination cards…

Abducted Nigerian Boys Reunited with Their Parents

I came across some good news this Sunday morning, by way of Africa News. Over 300 Nigerian schoolboys were rescued and reunited with their parents in Katsina, Nigeria, after being seized in a mass abduction by Jihadist terrorist group Boko Haram. The boys were brought to the governor’s office, where they were received by President…

Kevin Samuels is NOT the Enemy

I tend to ignore the sensationalized content that floats around the internet, which is why my opinion on Kevin Samuels has been minimal. But after watching a number of his YouTube videos, I now understand why he’s getting so much attention. He speaks the truth. Kevin Samuels, who some are referring to as “Uncle Kev,”…

Meet Caleb Anderson

In a previous post, I stressed the need to push scholastics on Black male youth instead of athletics and entertainment. Well, there’s a story about a young genius that may motivate my community to do just that. The following information comes from CBS News. 12-year-old Caleb Anderson is currently studying aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech…

Low COVID-19 Cases in Haiti Raises Questions

With the global hysteria surrounding the coronavirus, it’s refreshing to find countries that may be recovering from it, particularly those with an African population. The following information comes from Loop Haiti. Compared to other Caribbean regions, Haiti has relatively low COVID-19 cases, with many questioning how. The case numbers were questioned during the Pan American…

Online Salute

Greetings Good People, There’s nothing that I appreciate more than honesty, especially when it pertains to African people. And upon browsing YouTube, I came across an African American family who repatriated to Africa. They’ve been very open about their experience in Accra, Ghana, holding nothing back, as well as educating those who may be ignorant…