Update: Blaqspot Is Now Blaqspace

Greetings All, In a previous post, I advised that Blaqspot.com—an independent social media platform that was created to empower African people from around the globe—was down and needed our help. Well, it’s back. The new name for the site is called Blaqspace.com. And they are currently accepting new members. Click here to join. Until Next Time…

What Happened to Blaqspot?

Have you heard of Blaqspot.com? It’s a black-owned social media website, and it’s currently down. Why is this important? Why should you care? I’ll explain why. For eons (well, since the inception of social media), I’ve heard my community complain about censorship, silencing, and blocking on everyone’s favorite social media outlets. We’ll express our thoughts…

Afro-Mexicans

One of the things I’ve learned from my continued research on African people is that we’re all over the planet, and we’ve made a lasting impact everywhere we’ve landed. Many of our contributions, whether that be labor or culture, tends to be overlooked or exploited. And Blacks, globally, are still dealing with discrimination, poverty, lack…