FYI: If you had to wear sunscreen during filming it’s NOT historically accurate. “Gods of Egypt” filmmakers apologize for white cast
Letter from Accra Malcolm X After April, 1964 I arrived in Accra yesterday from Lagos, Nigeria. The natural beauty and wealth of Nigeria and its people are indescribable. It is full of […]
I’ve been thinking about this photo. The truth is that Africans don’t only go to jail for poaching, they are also going to jail for hunting. Basically indigenous people hunting for food […]
“White prople can kiss my ass who say we need to get rid of labels that identify ourselves as a subset of people in the USA. Some of us choose to call […]
The Black Candle is a landmark, vibrant documentary film that uses Kwanzaa as a vehicle to explore and celebrate the African-American experience. A wonderful family film. Watch and Share.
The centuries-old debate over the profitability of slavery has flared again, prompted by a recent article in The Economist. Robert Fogel and Stanley Engerman wrote in their 1974 book, “Time on the […]
Only white people would go through the trouble of asking this question and then working “hard” to find out the answer. Literally shaking my head. The white man says; C.R.E.A.M. Cash Rules […]