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The forgotten Tougaloo Nine who challenged segregation by using a ‘whites-only’...

During the height of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 60s, public libraries, expected to be accessible by the general public, were...

How the great Benin kingdom was founded by a teenager who...

Being a constitutional democracy, Nigeria elects its representatives, however, the hundreds of ethnic communities scattered across the country still acknowledge their own traditional rulers. It...

William Henry Johnson, the first known African American lawyer was born...

The story of William Henry Johnson is one that is wrapped in resilience, determination and a will to thrive in the midst of oppression...

The brutal murder of South African activist Onkgopotse Tiro who was...

The challenge to every Black graduate in this country lies in the fact that the guilt of all wrongful actions in South Africa, restriction...

The 1917 East St. Louis race riots that left hundreds of...

In 1917, white workers of the Aluminum Ore Company in East St. Louis went on a massive strike. This prompted the management of the...

This largest all-black town in the U.S. played a huge role...

Mound Bayou became , which turned out to be one of the most heinous crimes ever committed. Civil rights legend, Dr T.R.M. Howard (1908-76), who...

Why the 1971 ‘Soul to Soul’ concert in Ghana headlined by...

On 6th March 1971, and Ike Turner – the African-American husband-and-wife musical duo played an epic 15-hour Independence Day concert dubbed the Soul to...

Meet the little-known ‘Father of Black Nationalism’ who advocated black emigration...

Martin Robison Delany advocated for black emigration at a time when many other abolitionists were championing the need for freed blacks to go ahead...

Thomas L. Jennings, First African American to Receive a Patent

Patents are important offi­cial documents as they are used to safeguard one’s inventions. The first U.S. patent was issued in 1790. But it wasn’t...

From the iconic All Saints Cathedral to Parliament House, how Freemasons...

When Kenya was plagued with stories of ritualistic crimes, including child kidnappings and rape in the early 1990s, any organization that was not seen...

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