Bipartisan Bill Will Help the Fitness Industry

It’s no secret that businesses, both small and large, have suffered from the coronavirus pandemic. The fitness industry, in particular, took a huge loss but didn’t get as much attention. That is until now. The following information comes from Club Industry. The Health & Fitness Recovery Act of 2020 was announced on Thursday, October 1st….

End SARS!

Police brutality isn’t just a Western problem. Protests happening in Nigeria are shining a light on an organization built to protect and serve, but somehow they chose abuse of power. The following information comes from The Guardian. A Nigerian police force, The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), has been dissolved after allegations of police brutality. Protests…

Book Review

Greetings Everyone, I just finished reading The Terminal List, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Reece had no time for reflection. Bullets cascaded into the room from directly across the hall. AK fire. Reece knew the sound well. The rounds were being sprayed into the room without any real discipline, racking across the back…

California Governor Signs Reparations Bill

There’s some news that many supporters of the ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) and FBA (Foundational Black Americans) movement will be pleased to see. The following information comes from the Precinct Reporter Group. California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a reparations bill for the descendants of American slavery. The Assembly Bill (AB) 3121, also titled…

The 2020 Presidential Debate: Round 1

Last night’s First Presidential Debate was comedic gold. As problematic as President Trump may be for many, no one can top his one-liners; hilarious is an understatement. The topics addressed were the Affordable Care Act, Covid-19, the Economy, Race Relations, and the Supreme Court. However, the personal insults coming from both parties turned the debate…

Introducing Congo’s Rechargeable Iron…

There’s a new invention coming out of the Democratic Republic of Congo that I had to spotlight. The following information is from Africa News. 23-year-old Baraka Safari Elie has invented the first rechargeable iron in the DRC. Taking up to 8 months for trials, this iron can conserve energy for up to 3 hours. Elie’s…

Nigeria’s Zero-Tolerance Policy for Sex Offenders

In recent years, there have been open discussions on combating human/sex trafficking, pedophilia, rape, sexual harassment, and more. Well, there’s some great news coming out of Nigeria that I had to share with you all. The following information is from The Independent and The Washington Post. A new law passed in Kaduna, Nigeria, now states…

The We Charge Colonialism Justice Bank

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I highlighted We Charge Colonialism, an organization that’s fighting for the rights of self-determination for African American communities. Well, I came across an update regarding their Justice Bank and had to share it with you all. The Justice Bank for We Charge Colonialism is a mutual aid fund that…

Dr. Li-Meng Yan Speaks

The coronavirus conspiracy theories have been non-stop since its inception, and I came across a scientist who is validating everything that has been said. Meet Dr. Li-Meng Yan. Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan is making media headlines after her claim that Chinese authorities knew about the coronavirus before the first cases were officially reported and…

China’s Naval Base in Africa

I came across an interview with Dr. Umar Johnson, highlighting why China is so invested in Africa, and this led to some disturbing news about an expanding military base that China has on the continent. The following information is from The National Interest. The East African country of Djibouti is the home of the United…

The Hunt for Extraterrestrial Life Continues

Greetings All, I came across a news article about aliens, and who doesn’t like to read about aliens or at least the search for them? The following information is from SciTechDaily. A radio telescope has recently completed the deepest and broadest search for alien activity. Based in Western Australia, the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope…