NFAC: Not F*cking Around Coalition

Videos floating around online introduced me to a now nationally recognized group, and it prompted me to do some research. On July 4, 2020, the Black Militia, known as the NFAC (Not F*cking Around Coalition), made their debut in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Marching into the stomping grounds of the Ku Klux Klan, the organization sent…

Ile Omode School

Greetings Everyone, I came across another African-centered institution for Black youth that I had to spotlight. Ile Omode School Based in Oakland, California, the Ile Omode School is an African-centered school founded by the Wo’Se Community of the Sacred African Way. They are an independent and private institution that teaches children from preschool through 8th…

Words From The Wise: Professor Arthur Mutambara

“Sovereignty is the big issue. People emphasize national sovereignty. ‘My country, my Nigeria, my Malawi, my little Zimbabwe.’ We must think about the continent.” – Professor Arthur Mutambara   Thanks to the 2nacheki YouTube channel, I was introduced to a scholar whose message I had to share with you all. Professor Arthur Mutambara. Professor Arthur Guseni…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Marimba Ani

“You’re not an African because you’re born in Africa. You’re an African because Africa is born in you. It’s in your genes…your DNA…your entire biological make up. Whether you like it or not, that’s the way it is. However, if you were to embrace this truth with open arms…my, my, my…what a wonderful thing.” –…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao

“What is it about us Black people that we’re hated so much? What is it that we as Black people have done to the world to deserve the disrespect that we uniformly experience no matter where you find us on the globe? We are the most exploded and abused race in the history of humanity….

Words From The Wise: Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

“The thrust towards superiority over peoples of color, the drive towards material accumulation, the drive towards a technological culture and the drive towards power are all cornerstones of the universal white supremacy culture, and they are viewed—in terms of the color—confrontation thesis—as responses to the core psychological sense of inadequacy. This inadequacy is not measured…

Words From The Wise: Julius Sello Malema

“Stop your self-hatred. Stop at taking our brothers from Africa, our sisters from Africa.” – Julius Sello Malema   The xenophobic riots in South Africa have sparked several debates on Black unity and self-hatred. And the first person who came to mind in regards to addressing this problem was Julius Sello Malema. Julius Sello Malema…

Words From The Wise: Sister Souljah

“To be a real man or woman, you’ve got to know what you believe in. You’ve got to understand that your actions have consequences and that they are connected to everything that you are.” – Sister Souljah   There are only a few entertainers who’ve recently crossed over to social/political activism that has gotten my…

Online Salute

Greetings All, If you’ve been following this blog, then you know that Pan-Africanism has been a hot-button topic. With the rise of African consciousness, discussions of repatriation have become the norm in my community. There are a few independent media outlets who’ve done a great job at educating the masses on this subject, and Honest…

The ADOS Movement vs. Pan-Africanism

For the past few weeks, I’ve witnessed a kerfuffle take place throughout the black sectors of social media. ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) versus Pan-Africanists. With the 2020 election coming up, Black America is applying pressure to both the Democratic and Republican Party for tangible benefits. But dissension based around lineage, citizenship, and nationality have…

Words From The Wise: Kwame Ture

“You went to Africa with the Bible, we had the land. When you left Africa, you had the land and we had the Bible.” – Kwame Ture (formerly known as Stokely Carmichael)   For those of you who’ve been following this blog, you know how invested I am in Black History. It feels like the…

Dr. Umar Johnson Has An Announcement!

For the past few years, I’ve followed one of the most prolific speakers of my lifetime—Dr. Umar Johnson. He’s been one of the few to speak unapologetically about the condition of African people worldwide, providing solutions centered around African sovereignty. Many within my community and outside have found his arguments to be extremely problematic, mainly…