Solar Powered Kiosks, a Genius Way of Promoting Renewable Energy

Solar powered kiosks can go a long way in solving Africa's power and energy problems, as well as connectivity problems. They are already being...

George Floyd’s family shares memories, grief in emotional farewell service (see...

George Floyd’s grieving family members remembered him as a “Superman” in life who’s now been transformed into a “ghetto angel” in death at an...

Affront to humanity’ – British protesters topple a statue of a...

Abronze statue of a 17th-century slave trader has been pulled down by anti-racism protesters in England. Black Lives Matter protesters brought down the statue of...

At 17, homeschooled Carson Huey-You becomes youngest student to receive Master’s...

Carson Huey-You is a history-making 17-year-old genius, who just became the youngest student ever to receive a master’s degree from the Texas Christian University (TCU). Homeschooled...

Brazil starts testing Oxford coronavirus vaccin

Researchers in Brazil began administering an experimental coronavirus vaccine developed by Oxford University to volunteers, the Federal University of Sao Paulo said Wednesday. The vaccine,...

If you were able to watch Avatar in a theatre with...

We all love going to the movies. At least some of us do and there’s nothing as enthralling as immersing yourself in another world...

Outrage in Brazil as police kills 14-year-old boy leaving over 70...

As the black community in America battles abusive acts of racists coupled with cops shooting them in their homes and even on the streets, the...

Jamaican Sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown Gets Statue at the National Stadium

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Outstanding Jamaican sprinter, Veronica Campbell-Brown, “VCB”, was honored by the government for her significant contribution to Jamaican athletics with her own statue at the national stadium in Kingston. The official unveiling ceremony took place on October 20 in the Statue Park of the National Stadium, with National Sports Minister Olivia Grange and […] The post Jamaican Sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown Gets Statue at the National Stadium appeared first on Caribbean News.

W.E.B. Bois to Cornell West: Civic Leaders of Alpha Phi Alpha...

Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-American men, was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New...

Obama Says We Should Learn ‘Impatience’ From Young Protesters

Former President Barack Obama said Friday that he is “inspired” by the young people taking to the streets to protest against racism: “They’re saying...