Beyoncé, Continental Africans Are NOT Impressed

Now that Pan-Africanism has become a mainstream conversation within my community, there has been a lot of focus put on identity—culture, nationality, and race. Many celebrities have jumped on board and used their platform to artistically pay homage to our African ancestors. However, it has garnered some backlash (and rightfully so). Today’s culprit is Beyoncé….

Africa for the Africans

In a previous post, I highlighted The Black Star Repatriation & Pan-African Community that’s being built in Gyaahadze, Ghana. The founder, Bomani Tyehimba, recently did a Livestream explaining how to invest in the project. So it’s only right that I share this update with you all. If you’d like to discuss any of the following…

Words From The Wise: Joshua Maponga

“Believing is worth nothing. Believing is just a bucket of dogma; it does not change the price of bread. Show me what you do with your beliefs, then I’ll tell you if it is practical or not. Believing in the trinity does not add to your days, does not put bread on your neighbor’s table,…

George Floyd’s Family Files Appeal to the United Nations

Thanks to Afrikan Esq. and her organization, We Charge Colonialism, I came across some additional information regarding the George Floyd case. The following information comes from Politico. The family of George Floyd filed an appeal to the United Nations to hold the United States accountable for systemic racism and police brutality. A special session is…

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…

Africa Free Trade Postponed

In a previous post, I highlighted the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) that would lead to a 60% boost in intra-African trade by 2022. Well, due to the coronavirus, that has been postponed. The following information comes from Africa News. The African free-trade agreement will not begin on July 1st because of the pandemic,…

Black Star Repatriation & Pan-African Community

There have been open discussions within my community about reconnecting with our ancestry. And I came across a project/movement that is making this a reality. Black Star Repatriation & Pan-African Community Founded by Bomani Tyehimba, The Black Star Repatriation & Pan-African Community is a building project located in Gyaahadze, Ghana. This community will serve as…

It’s a New Day

“We, the children of Africa, we need you as a partner. But we don’t need nobody to come to tell us how it’s done anymore.” “There is a new generation of leaders of Africa that’s born.” – Thione Niang   Until Next Time…

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…

The Kamali Academy

Greetings Everyone, If you’ve been following this blog, then you’ve seen me stress the importance of African children receiving an African-centered education. Well, I found another homeschooling institution that I had to spotlight here on Honest Media. The Kamali Academy Founded by Dr. Samori Camara, the Kamali Academy is an Afrikan-centered homeschooling program that serves…

HBCUs Are Bridging the Gap Between Africa and the Diaspora

With the success of the Year of Return and the open discussions on Pan-Africanism, a part of me wondered when Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) would come into the picture. If you’ve been following this blog, then you know how important it is for global Africa to receive an African-Centered education. Homeschooling programs are…

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…