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US Democrats Wear Kente Cloth to Present Police Reform Bill—The Internet Reacts

What everyone seems to be less clear on however, is why they decided to do so while wearing kente cloth stoles.

Statue of slave trader Edward Colston pulled down and thrown into the harbor by Bristol protesters

The incident came as an estimated 10,000 people gathered in the city to demonstrate against the killing in the United States in police custody of the unarmed black man, George Floyd.


In the short-term we demand justice. In the long-term we demand reform.


Africa is noted as the point the human specie emanated and the centre of first human civilisation.

The Last Slave Ship Survivor Gave an Interview in the 1930s.

Zora Neale Hurston's searing book about the final survivor of the transatlantic slave trade, Cudjo...

How cornrows were used as an escape map from slavery across South America

Cornrows have become a group most loved for ladies of each culture over the most recent 10 years.

Amistad, 1839

This widely documented and written about revolt of Mende slaves aboard a ship from Sierra Leone to Havana, Cuba

Nat Turner’s Rebellion, 1831

Many people know or have heard of Nat Turner, the well-read, and valiant rebel who led...

Lola Falana, a Black Woman, Was the Original First Lady of Las Vegas in the 1970’s

Las Vegas is home to the absolute most noteworthy and most capable entertainers alive today and since the beginning

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Report of high COVID-19 test positivity rates in some Toronto neighborhoods’ very concerning,’ Yaffe says

rates of more than 10 per cent include Weston and Finch, Sheppard and Jane, Lawrence and Keele and an area northeast of Yonge and Eglinton.

Millions of Nigerians are extremely poor, says Osinbajo

“Our people just want food on their table, shelter over their heads, clothing on their bodies, healthcare and education for their children and themselves.


Scriptures tells us that we are the "Light of the world and a city set upon the hill that can't be hidden"