Malcolm X Described How US Blacks Should Fight For Civil Rights in America

On April 12, 1964, one month after splitting with the NOI, Malcolm X gave his “Ballot or the Bullet” speech at King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit. In the speech, Malcolm Continue Reading →

Malcolm X At the Oxford Union Speaking on “Black Identity Extremists”

During his speech at Oxford Union debates, Malcolm X speaks on the use of the word “extremist” which was recently used by the FBI in a political report on so-called “Black Continue Reading →

Raw Video: White Woman Called Out for Racially Targeting Black Men Having BBQ in Oakland

Oakland, Ca – At around 11:20 AM a white woman approached a black man named Deacon for having a BBQ grill at Lake Merritt today. She told him he could not Continue Reading →

Zimbabwe’s Parliament Is Considering Amending Current Abortion Laws To Allow Unfettered Abortion Rights

Zimbabwe’s parliament may soon amend abortion laws amid a spike in deaths as a result of illegal procedures. About seventy thousand backstreet abortions are performed in the Southern African country Continue Reading →

Kenya & Ethiopia Continue To Have Strong Ties In Trade and Joint Investments In Infrastructure

Ethiopia and Kenya have a long history of strong ties. Ethiopia had diplomatic relations with Kenya while the country was still a British colony. CGTN’s Susan Mwongeli takes a look. Continue Reading →

Kenya & Ghana first to ratify continental African free-trade deal

Kenya and Ghana have made history as the first countries to ratify the African Continental Free-Trade Area agreement. Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, says it’s vital Continue Reading →

The Cult Of Indigenous: Afro-Americans Are Not Indigenous To America and Neither Are “Native Americans”

This is a response to a video by Dane Calloway called Untold Truth About African Americans – You Are Not From Africa And Untold History Of The Aborigines Of America Continue Reading →

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 →