Diaspora News: Historic Ruling Against Monsanto Finds Company Acted with “Malice” Against Groundskeeper with Cancer

California jurors have awarded $289 million in a historic verdict against Monsanto in the case of a school groundskeeper who developed cancer after using its weed killer, Roundup. We speak Continue Reading →

Video: Hundreds gather to discuss ways of addressing Africa’s social challenges

Philanthropy – or the desire to promote the welfare of others, often through donations – can play an important role in addressing social challenges. That’s what the African Philanthropic Forum Continue Reading →

Video: Abayomi Azikiwe discusses the Zimbabwe election outcome

CGTN’s Asieh Namdar spoke with Abayomi Azikiwe, an editor for the Pan-African News Wire on the Zimbabwe Elections. This is the first elections since former longtime leader Robert Mugabe was Continue Reading →

South Africa’s President is looking forward to the upcoming BRICS Economic Summit

BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Originally the first four were grouped as “BRIC”, before the Continue Reading →

The Funky Academic: Why Black Media Matters

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Fact Check: Juneteenth Is Based On A Lie And Therefore A Stupendous Fraud

Juneteenth is a cultural observance in the United States that is officially recognized in 48 states. Critics argue that while meaning no disrespect to the hundreds of thousand or so Continue Reading →