Denmark Erects Statue To One Of Three ‘Rebel Queens’ Who Led Fiery Revolt Against Danish Colonialism

A 23-foot tall statute erected in Denmark honors one of three women who were instrumental in a violent rebellion that took place in 1878 on St. Croix in which houses, sugar mills, Continue Reading →

Journalist David Sheen Discusses Israel’s Emmett Till Effect & The Mistreatment of African Refugees

A very informative interview with Israeli journalist David Sheen on Radio KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles on the program the Middle East In Focus. The topic is Israel’s war on Continue Reading →

The Saudi Royal Family & Diplomats Have Been Enslaving People In The USA

BTR News (Saudi Arabia) – Slavery is and has been a cultural practice of Arabians who drove the Arab Slave Trade. It is no surprise that slavery is still practiced Continue Reading →

Video: Bitcoin and Black People? What’s Real and What’s Fraud?

Yvette Carnell is founder of BreakingBrown.com. Before embarking on a career in new media, she served as a Congressional aide on Capitol Hill. SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ycarnell FIND Continue Reading →

Video: What can be done to end human trafficking in Libya?

They come from sub-Saharan Africa seeking security and a better life in Europ only to be detained and exploited – even killed – in country beset by political chaos. Libya Continue Reading →

Video: Africa 2017 Forum: Talks focus on opportunities for young entrepreneurs

Delegates at the Africa 2017 Business forum in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, have been focusing on young entrepreneurs. A series of panel discussions has highlighted the opportunities and challenges facing young Continue Reading →

Video: The Assassination of Patrice Lumumba *RARE*

Patrice Lumumba was a Congolese independence leader and the first black Prime minister of Congo. As founder and leader of the mainstream Movement National Congolais (MNC) party, Lumumba played an Continue Reading →

Video: South Africa embarks on efforts to promote science & technology

Leading global ICT company Huawei has played an active role in expanding collaboration in science and technology. The company launched a new innovation centre in South Africa 2016 to train Continue Reading →

Video: Faces of Africa – Wole Soyinka: Glutton of Tranquility

Wole Soyinka is an author, poet, activist, and playwright from Nigeria. He won the Nobel peace prize of 1986 in literature. He is a smith of words and with powerful Continue Reading →

Video: IMF and World Bank: Imperialism through DEBT // Collab with Mexie

Today Mexie and I are discussing the absolute horrific practices of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. Although European imperialism was technically eradicated, former colonies were never Continue Reading →

Video: IMF pledges to get Zimbabwe Into More Debt With More Predatory Loans

The IMF has pledged financial support to Zimbabwe as part of efforts to restore it’s ailing economy. The country’s economy, described as one of the most fragile in the world, Continue Reading →