A worldwide revolution

We’re livingin the middleof a worldwide revolution It’s causing the ending ofmental confusion There is no limit this is a factcontrol of the planet has just been jacked  no need for hatinwe’re celebratin  the emancipationmentally that you have been waitin for you’re so excitedand just rightrising majestically and spirituallyto soul force’s heights  you’re like a comet… More A worldwide revolution

Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold In 2021?

HAPPY 2021!!! Melanin is worth more than gold!!! It’s a New Year and melanin is sill worth more than gold. We who lived through the events of 2020 have every reason to be grateful. Positive events took place in 2020 in spite of what some people want us to believe. Some examples of which include:… More Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold In 2021?

Watch 1930s Twa people of the Congo build a bridge out of local materials on YouTube

Primitive. That’s a word thrown around in relation to Africa entirely too much. The video here represents a totally different view of what that means. Enheightenment should be a word associated with the work being done in this video. What we see is an elevated view of the people commonly referred to as Pygmys. They… More Watch 1930s Twa people of the Congo build a bridge out of local materials on YouTube

The Contract With Black America (CWBA): Too Much Too Little Too Late

August 2020 was 100 years since Marcus Garvey and the U.N.I.A. held a plebiscite in New York City. 20,000 people attended the signing of the Declaration of Rights of the Negro People of the world on August 13, 1920. Ice Cube got a lot of attention…a lot of publicity…but also a lot of opposition becasuse… More The Contract With Black America (CWBA): Too Much Too Little Too Late

Buy Black Books From Black Bookstores: A Map of Independent Black Owned Bookstores Courtesy of AALBC.Com

In no uncertain terms, these stores deserve our patronage if for no other reason than they provide access to authors otherwise overlooked.… More Buy Black Books From Black Bookstores: A Map of Independent Black Owned Bookstores Courtesy of AALBC.Com

Flyy Girl

She was flyy. Flyy like you don’t see these days. No nail polish. Little perfume and she attracted men wherever she went. Through her I learned people can be jealous for no real reason. I never really understood why dudes in school went so crazy over her. They would relentlessly try talking to her and… More Flyy Girl

A Star Fell On Nigeria

On December 27th, at 2:30am, 26 hours and 30 minutes into the winter solstice, a star fell to earth in the vicinity of Southern Nigeria.  Port Harcourt to be exact.  On that day and at that time, Chibudom [God is My Peace] Tobechukwu Adaora Diepriye Azikiwe was delivered by her mother at the Port Harcourt… More A Star Fell On Nigeria

The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation

Dr. Francis Cress Welsing published an essay entitled The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation in 1970. It is her attempt to use science to explain observable phenomena in the form of racism (white supremacy). Welsing cites Oliver C. Cox’s 1959 determination that a need for a theory of race relations existed. A sample of Welsing’s paper… More The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation

[PRESS RELEASE] The Mhotep Corporation Declares August 13, 2020 Begins 100 Years of Red, Black and Green

The Mhotep Corporation announces Red, Black, and Green begins the 100th year as the flag of Africans, at home and abroad. Centennial year of Red, Black, and Green concludes Friday, August 13, 2021. The company has anticipated historic development for over a decade. Line of Red, Black, and Green themed t-shirts developed by the company,… More [PRESS RELEASE] The Mhotep Corporation Declares August 13, 2020 Begins 100 Years of Red, Black and Green