Listen to Marcus Garvey Make A Membership Appeal to the African Citizens of the United States

Below is the second of two audio recordings of Marcus Garvey. In this one he makes an appeal to the citizens of the United States to become members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. A transcript of the speech follows. Fellow citizens of Africa, I greet you in the name of the Universal Negro Improvement … More Listen to Marcus Garvey Make A Membership Appeal to the African Citizens of the United States

Listen to a Speech By Honorable Marcus Garvey On His Return To The United States

We love humanity; we desire peace, and anything the Universal Negro Improvement Association and I can do for the advancement of the cause of humanity and for the permanent establishment of peace, we shall be glad to do. … More Listen to a Speech By Honorable Marcus Garvey On His Return To The United States

100 years of Red, Black and Green begins on August 13, 2020.

Red, Black and Green is rapidly approaching its second century as the flag of Africans, at home and abroad. Melanin is worth over $395 a gram more than gold. The Afro, official currency of the Sovereign United States of Africa is worth over $2. All of that influences awareness, perception, and power. Is this what Marcus Garvey, Provisional President of Africa referred to by ‘look for me in the whirlwind?’ … More 100 years of Red, Black and Green begins on August 13, 2020.

Melanin Denial is a Mental Health Issue

In July 1896 JOHN J. ABEL, M.D., AND WALTER S. DAVIS, S.B. published a paper entitled “ON THE PIGMENT OF THE NEGRO’S SKIN AND HAIR” in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. They were the first to connect the chemical in human skin and hair that gives it its physical appearance to the chemical melanin which … More Melanin Denial is a Mental Health Issue

“I Am the Equal Of ANY White Man”– Marcus Garvey

President of the Black Star Line, president of the Negro Factories Corporation, president-general of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League and Provisional President of Africa, Garvey tells his followers I am the equal of any white man I want you to feel the same way. … More “I Am the Equal Of ANY White Man”– Marcus Garvey

How I Found The Black Women Who Were Lynched in America

In 2015 Iya Marilyn Kai Jewett began planning the 2nd Sacred Libation Ceremony honoring the 154 African-American women who were lynched in America. She asked me to contribute the events that led to us knowing about the women for an article she was working on for publication. Below is an updated version of those events. … More How I Found The Black Women Who Were Lynched in America

Elevator Woman: A Saga of Unconscious Bias?

CNN has elicited stories of unconscious bias for its upcoming special “Unconscious Bias: Facing the Realities of Racism,” to be shown at 10pm on Sunday June 7, 2020. Below is my story. By the time I presented the story it became clear there is conscious bias against the fact melanin is worth more than gold. … More Elevator Woman: A Saga of Unconscious Bias?

[Press Release] The Mhotep Corporation Announces New Book “Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold”

The book is available for immediate download as an eBook on Amazon.com, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, and other retailers. Additionally, a paperback edition can be acquired from Amazon.com. … More [Press Release] The Mhotep Corporation Announces New Book “Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold”

Entrevista com o artista Luiz Henrique Evaristo, do Brasil

Luiz Henrique Evaristo, é um estudante de arte de 22 anos, formado em Desenho Artístico na Casa de Quadrinhos. Ele trabalha no campo da ilustração e caricatura de maneira profissional e recreativa. Ele começou a colorir fotos antigas de família e, em seguida, iniciou o projeto de coloração para fotos da UNIA / Marcus Garvey. … More Entrevista com o artista Luiz Henrique Evaristo, do Brasil