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Do Black lives only matter in America when a White person takes it? (Blackout) by GKE

Do Black lives only matter in America when a White person takes it? (Blackout) by GKE

August 30, 2014 at 12:33pm

Ever since Eric Garner was killed on July 17, 2014 there have been 54 murders in Chicago that have remain nameless and medialess. 127 more words

American History

From Bulawayo to London

This is the fifth installment of a series about Rhodesia.

Lobengula’s envoys and the two white men who accompanied them, Maund and Colenbrander, arrived in Southampton early March, 1889. 1,417 more words


Great Cities of Stone

Contrary to widely held beliefs that the Africans of Southern Africa lived in ignorance and poverty, ignorant of the vast riches under their soil before the Europeans invaders landed, archaeology has proved that numerous empires rose and fell in the areas of what is now Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa and Botswana. 4,784 more words


Ayi Kwei Armah's new book; Sanhat, An Official of Ancient Egypt

Ayi Kwei Armah has brought right to our fingertips, Ancient Kemet…in Akan, Zulu, Ki-Swahili, Ki-Kongo, English, French and Portuguese.

You can also earn some cool cash just promoting the book. 1,760 more words

African History

What Came First? The Chicken or the Egg? The Troubling Truth of the Chronological Deception and Oppression of the 3 Monotheistic Religion on African People

It is a given that ironically in the year 2014 that many people of African descent, not just here in America but on the continent and around the world are predominately Christian. 1,511 more words

Black History

Adam’s Calendar

This post doesn’t focus as much on Orion’s Belt as the ancient monument thought to be aligned with these stars, but I’m including it in the ‘Orion blog series’ anyway, purely because the monument is located in my home country, which might interest some readers. 727 more words

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Repercussions of the Rudd concession

This is the fourth installment of a series about Rhodesia.

When Lobengula first put his mark to the Rudd document, he must have felt satisfied. He’d finally solved his problem of dealing with the swarms of white petitioners who came to see him at Bulawayo. 1,157 more words