President Biden’s Plea for Mask Mandates Ignored

During a conference call, President Joe Biden pled with state governors to continue with mask mandates to slow the spread of the coronavirus. However, he was largely ignored by several Republican governors, according to AP News. The president, along with CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, previously stated that now was not the time to relax safety…

Evanston Offers Reparations to African American Residents

The national discussions on reparations for African Americans have been nonstop for the last few years. Well, it looks like policies are now being implemented, particularly in the state of Illinois. As a way to make amends for redlining policies and housing discrimination in the past, Evanston, Illinois, is offering reparations to its Black residents….

Ghana No Longer Selling Cocoa to Switzerland

Ghanian President Nana Akufo-Addo has announced that Ghana will end the selling of raw materials to trade partners like Switzerland and other European nations. The announcement was made at the Federal Council of Switzerland, and it’s being looked at by many as a way for Africa to win on global trade deals. According to Face…

Zimbabwe Miners vs. Chinese Nationals

In a previous post, I advised that many on the African continent are saying, “enough is enough.” No more disrespect, no more talking. And additional news coming out of Zimbabwe further supports that sentiment. According to the Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), four Chinese nationals got into a physical altercation with artisanal miners over…

Zimbabwe Deports Chinese Miner

China’s disrespect of the African continent has been highlighted several times throughout this blog. Well, it looks like many are finally saying, “enough is enough.” According to Bulawayo 24 News, Chinese miner Zhang Zhongyi, who was recorded assaulting his employees in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, has been ordered to leave the country. Bulawayo magistrate Mr. Stephen Ndhlovu…

Gastonia Protestors Will Pay a Fine?

Members of the Black Talk Radio Network were outside of the Gaston County Sheriff’s Office today in Gastonia, NC, protesting against a proposal to tax those who protest on Gaston County property. WCNT News confirmed that the Gaston Board of Commissioners voted on an ordinance to tax protestors a fee of $250 for groups larger…

Rwandan President Calls Out the United States

“Every other person across the world wants to decide either for Rwanda or decide for Africa. And, therefore, the best thing is to let Africa and Rwanda be partners with developed countries, powerful countries. And Rwanda or Africa, therefore, decide on what we want for us ourselves going forward.” – President Paul Kagame I became…

France Will NOT Apologize for Colonial Rule in Algeria

What better way is there to kick off the week than with comedic narcissism. According to the Independent and Aljazeera, France wants to take steps in reconciling the relationship with North African country Algeria for their colonial rule, but French President Emmanuel Macron has ruled out issuing an official apology. In reference to the eight-year…

President Biden’s First Executive Orders

The 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden, was inaugurated yesterday, January 20, 2021. He advised, on numerous occasions, that he planned on reversing Donald Trump’s executive orders and policies on his first day. And that’s just what he did. Here are list of the Biden’s executive actions: Create the COVID-19 response coordinator position…

Cobalt Child Labor

If you’ve been following this blog, then you’ve seen me highlight the ridiculous politics done on the African continent. As a Diasporan who is an advocate for global African sovereignty, it’s depressing how hell-bent many African leaders are in setting back our progress. One issue that infuriates me to no end is the child labor…

British Millionaire Refuses to Pay Reparations

Shout out to Political commentator Tierney Sheree (Afrikan Esq.) for spotlighting the following story, by way Face2Face Africa. Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom Richard Drax and his family, owners of a sugar plantation in Barbados that enslaved Africans during the Transatlantic Slave Trade, are being asked to pay reparations. Built around 1650, Drax…

South Africa Has Advice for the United States?

The lunacy of African leaders is the reason why Africa is disrespected. The following information comes from News 24. After witnessing the Capitol Hill takeover earlier this week, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is offering his services to help the United States transition to a peaceful democracy. He was shocked by the events that occurred,…