Petition For Reparations in the UK

Greetings Folks, There’s a petition coming out of the United Kingdom that I had to share. Salute to Dr. Mumbi Seraki for the notification. A petition to the UK Government and Parliament is calling on compensation for all African and Caribbean descendants of slavery. It’s been advised that in 2015, Britain’s taxpayers paid billions of…

Zumbi & Dandara

The dynamic duo of the African man and woman is unmatched. As I mentioned in the Queen & Slim review, our union is the epitome of Black Power. Divine intervention must be working in my favor, because I recently discovered two revolutionaries who left a major imprint on Afro-Brazilian history. It’s only right that I…

Voodoo

Greetings Good People, I didn’t have any plans for the day, so I decided to do what I do best: lounge around and browse YouTube. This led me to a very interesting documentary that I had to share with you all. Released in 1993 and directed by Jacques Holender, the film is entitled Voodoo. Its premise is…

Tacky’s Rebellion

Greetings Good People, For those of you who may be new to this blog and aren’t familiar with my posts, I’m a student of African history—which, in essence, is world history. The main reason why is because so much of it has been hidden from the textbooks and whitewashed in our universities, so researching the truth has inadvertently become…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Joy Degruy

“We’re looking at 246 years of American chattel slavery, and it’s very comfortable. And I think, to some degree, people can say, ‘you can’t have 246 years of trauma and expect that nothing happened’; especially when that trauma was followed by more trauma; especially given the fact that there was never a point of healing….