Online Salute

Greetings Good People, In a previous post, I shared some clips of Dr. Okunami Obádélé Kambon. However, I didn’t highlight the personality who interviewed him. So Honest Media would like to give an online salute to Wode Maya. Wode Maya is a Freelance Vlogger who’s on a mission to change the negative narrative of Africa. By…

50 Jamaicans in the UK to Be Deported

Dr. Mumbi Seraki advised on her show that Africans returning to their homelands is a prophetic calling. A part of me wanted to refute that but given the current conditions of African people, the success of the Year of Return in Ghana, and the most recent news coming out of the UK, I can’t say…

Freedom Home Academy International

Greetings All, In a previous post, I advised that homeschooling is currently on the rise here in the United States. My community has become the fastest-growing segment, with an estimated 220,000 African American students being homeschooled and making up 10% of the nation’s demographic. I’ve recently discovered another homeschooling institution that’s been making serious strides…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Okunami Obádélé Kambon

“Once we start using the word ‘Kemet’ again in the deepest sense—not as the narrow nation-state—but in the deepest sense of what it really means, land of Black people, then where I’m standing right now is also Kemet.” – Dr. Okunami Obádélé Kambon   There have been several debates centered around nationality for African Americans,…

Ghana Sets Up Bond for the Diaspora

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I addressed the hundreds of African Americans and Afro-Caribbeans who were granted citizenship to Ghana for the “Year of Return.” Well, I came across some additional news that’s tied to that. The following information comes out of Face2Face Africa and Business Ghana. Ghana will offer a $3 billion bond…

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….

Pempamsie Tours and Development

Greetings Folks, If you’ve been following this blog, then you know that Pan-Africanism and Repatriation have become hot-button topics within recent years. Well, I came across an amazing company yesterday and had to share their information with you all. Pempamsie Tours and Development Established in 2018, Pempamsie Tours and Development Company is a one-stop-shop for…

Words From The Wise: Professor Bayyinah Bello

“The Haitian Revolution did not begin in 1791, it began the day the first white person went to Africa and began to kidnap people in Africa. They did not just sit down and let themselves be taken away. They fought.” – Professor Bayyinah Bello   Certain events throughout African history, I didn’t learn about until…

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…