Video: The Abolition Movement to End Slavery in Mauritania

Slavery in Mauritania was abolished 4 times but still continues Visit for more stories and help support our work by donating at Join Us In Black Talk Radio’s Continue Reading →

Video: Madagascar Plague: W.H.O. urges government to revamp laws governing bodies

The World Health Organisation is calling on Madagascar to revamp laws governing plague victims. Officials say the outdated protocol encourages a culture of secrecy — and that actually helps the Continue Reading →

Video: U.N. warns of looming food crisis in South Sudan starting next year

The U.N.’s Food and Agricultural Organisation warns that the country will begin Next year with the worst food security situation in the country’s history.More than half the country’s population will Continue Reading →

Video: South Africa launches student exchange program with China

South Africa’s prestigious Stellenbosch University is set to adopt a new cultural exchange course. This is geared towards strengthening the long-standing relationship between China and South Africa. Beryl Ooro reports. Continue Reading →

Video: Top 10 Countries in Africa With The Most Prisoners

Based on datum released by the World Prison Brief (WPB), a unique database that provides free access to information about prison systems throughout the world. These are the Top 10 Continue Reading →

Video: Burundi refuses to cooperate with ICC war crimes probe

Burundi has refused to cooperate with the International Criminal Court’s investigation into allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Judges approved the probe just before Burundi was due to Continue Reading →

Video: ‘Dear Everyone’ Doc Brings Awareness To The Devastating Impact Of Hurricanes Irma & Maria On USVI

On Thursday night a screening for the documentary “Dear Everyone, Sincerely The Virgin Island” was shown at the Burke Theater in Washington DC. The film was created to bring awareness Continue Reading →

Video: Liberia Ebola Scandal: Survivors want allegedly corrupt Red Cross officers prosecuted

Ebola survivors and rights groups in Liberia say the recent apology issued by the Red Cross is not enough. It comes in the wake of reports that Red Cross officials Continue Reading →

Video: Vi Lyles Elected As The First Black Female Mayor Of Charlotte, North Carolina

Vi Lyles was elected as the first black female mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina. She handily defeated her Republican opponent despite being heavily outspent. Lyles joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Continue Reading →