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100 YEARS A FRAUD: THE METAMORPHOSIS OF A TICKING TIME BOMB (NIGERIA) PART 3

PART 3: THE NORTH NEVER WANTED NIGERIA TO BE CREATED

After the expiration of the Richards constitution, Bernard Bourdillon, who was Governor General of Nigeria between 1935 and 1943, brought some modifications into the Clifford constitution which later became the foundation of the 1946 constitution. 761 more words

Africa

K. A. Ellis Compares the Struggle of Today's Suffering Church to the Struggle of the African American Community

“ had tortured the child in such an inhuman way. . . His neck was cut, toes were broken and hands were slashed and burned. His face was burned, as well, while hot fragments of coal or firewood were placed on his stomach, burning his abdomen. 735 more words

Christian

Black History 365, National Poetry Month edition: Sonia Sanchez

Since there are so many facets of the history that people of African descent have made in this country, I’ve decided to continue my “Black History 365″ series… 682 more words

African American

Ethiopian Martial Arts Documentary

Inspiring short documentary on Jeet Kune Do (Bruce Lee’s Martial Art System and Philosophy) as practiced in Ethiopia.

“Ephrem is a life long martial artist and pioneer of Jeet Kune Do in Ethiopia. 36 more words

Black History 365, National Poetry Month edition: Etheridge Knight

Since there are so many facets of the history that people of African descent have made in this country, I’ve decided to continue my “Black History 365″ series… 420 more words

African American

Black History 365, National Poetry Month edition: Yusef Komunyakaa

Since there are so many facets of the history that people of African descent have made in this country, I’ve decided to continue my “Black History 365″ series… 422 more words

Afro-American

President Lincoln Abolished Slavery In D.C. On This Day In 1862

President Abraham Lincoln‘s Emancipation Proclamation didn’t become national law until January 1, 1863, which gave millions of slaves their freedom. Before that historic event, the President signed an act abolishing slavery in the Nation’s Capital on this day in 1862. 298 more words

Education