It’s a start… I guess smh
The designation of the Russian Imperial Movement reflects growing concerns among U.S. officials about violent white supremacists with transnational links. Continue reading
That’s what I’m talking about…
Following the Maltreatment of Blacks in China by Chinese officials, A video Trending online purportedly shows the Moment Guinea Government arrested all Chinese Nationals in their country until all Guineans in China return safely. Continue reading
Good for them… the Chinese mean Afrika no good and should be kicked out like they have been doin Afrikans in China…
Kenyans on social media have rejected over 18 tonnes of equipment received from China to aid the country in the fight against the coronavirus.
The latest is after reports that a China Southern Airlines cargo plane had arrived at the JKIA with a donation of 18 tonnes of Covid-19 protective gear from Chinese companies.
Kenyans took to social media to ‘look at the gift horse in the mouth’ citing incidences of race-fuelled cruelty against Africans living in mainland China. Continue reading
This was some BS….. they will not let one of “us” get a mass media outlet without being compromised.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lower court’s ruling that had given the green light to comedian-turned-media entrepreneur Byron Allen’s $20 billion racial bias lawsuit against Comcast Corp that accused the cable television operator of discriminating against black-owned channels. Continue reading
Funny this topic been popping up of late…
The term “sundown town” is familiar to many African Americans.
These were towns across the United States where black Americans knew they weren’t welcome after dark.
A new ProPublica Illinois story examines the racist legacy of one such town in Illinois called Anna.
Below, a Q&A with ProPublica Illinois reporter Logan Jaffe. Continue reading
This is vastly different than that Hollyweird fantasy of the ‘Green Book’ .
Many African American families possess a cache of generational travelogues, packed tight and out of sight. These reminiscences, shared sparingly, if at all, do not for a moment romanticize the adventures of the open road. Continue reading