Akon’s $6 billion futuristic pan-African city in Senegal to begin next...

The coronavirus pandemic may have severely impacted the global economy with major setbacks, but that isn’t deterring musician and business mogul, Akon, from going ahead with...

Why the West wanted and got Gaddafi and his regime out!

It was Gaddafi's Libya that offered all of Africa its first revolution in modern times - connecting the entire continent by telephone, television, radio...

Black Americans untouchables in caste system

We cannot fully understand the upheavals over race and justice unless we recognize it as what it really is: the caste system. Martin Luther King...

Court Sentences Black College Student To 12 Years In Prison For...

Albert N. Wilson, a former University of Kansas student, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison and faces a lifetime of probation after...

Lawsuit seeks redress for 1921 massacre of Tulsa’s Black district

A 105-year-old survivor is the lead plaintiff seeking recompense for the 'public nuisance' the racist massacre created. A lawsuit filed in the US state of...

‘Racist’ shampoo advertisement sparks protests in South Africa

Protesters have gathered outside several pharmacy chain stores in South Africa in reaction to a shampoo advertisement slammed by the critics as "racist". The advertisement,...

The West’s never ending quest to ‘de-radicalise’ dissent

The brutal tactics used to contain the Mau Mau uprising in colonial Kenya are now guiding the global war on terror. An investigation by Declassified...

Antisemitism institute halts activities in support of African-Americans

ISGAP is an institute devoted to scholarly research on the origins, processes, and manifestations of global antisemitism. The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism...

UN: Excessive Use of Force in Jacob Blake Shooting May Violate...

The U.N. human rights office has condemned the shooting of African American man and said the use of force by police may violate international...

John Thompson: Legendary African American basketball coach dies

Coach John Thompson, who led the Georgetown University Hoyas basketball team to victory at the 1984 national championship, has died aged 78. Thompson, who...