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Sankofa Books Washington, D.C. 9-30-17

Howard University, Obama, MLK’s “Dream” speech and U Street are my thoughts when I daydream about D.C. My parents were married at Howard, so I’ve always had a connection with chocolate city. 333 more words

KEMET Review..

KEMET enables players to manage an Ancient Egyptian civilization, maneuver your troops to defeat your enemies, control the best territories and enter the legend thanks to your military exploits. 769 more words


People of Seth: Bestial Caucasians with UV-inhibited Third Eyes

This blog has compelling scholarship as well as downright useful memes.

Interestingly, the ancient Egyptians recorded the Tamahu, which means created white people. Egyptian writings also refer to whites as Typhonians or People of Seth, both meaning “the devils.” After these “white devils” were first released into the Black community of the Near East 6000 years ago, they caused sever strife, thus the Africans rounded them […]

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August 18, 2017: Memories Diced Up Like Apples

I start my day with the sunrise by taking hedgers to the bushes outside the Northgate. I push myself more than I should have, but by break they’re all done. 161 more words

Best 3 Games with...Egyptian Theme!

I have not played a glut of games that are set in Ancient Egypt but have played enough that I think I can pick out my favorite three games that integrate this theme well into the game mechanics. 1,031 more words


hypermasculinization of Us (Black Men)

Hyper-masculinity can be loosely defined as a psychological term to describe male stereotypical behaviour with emphasis placed on physical strength, aggression and sexuality.

Boys don’t cry. 721 more words

Heru who?

I grew up in a Southern, Baptist Church. Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday you could find me devoting some time to worshiping God… 860 more words