Words From The Wise: Ousman Touray

“Youth are not motivated to stay in the continent. They are not given that good atmosphere, that good environment, for them to realize their own potentials within the continent.” – Ousman Touray In a previous post, I highlighted the rising population in Africa. By the year 2100, Africa is predicted to account for 40% of…

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…

New Era Detroit

Greetings Everyone, When it comes to community outreach, I’ve noticed that the most effective programs are the ones anchored from those same communities. Those sponsored and funded by elite corporations who just want to make money tend to get the most recognition, but they very seldom make a lasting impact. Which isn’t surprising, considering the…

Peace, Love and Good Wishes

Greetings Everyone, I came across some good news today that I had to share with you all. This story comes out of AfricaNews and CNN. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea raised the Eritrean flag together, celebrating the reopening of the Embassy of Eritrea in Ethiopia.┬áThe leaders of both countries…