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Dr Kwame Nkrumah is a praised politician from Ghana who led the country from 1951 to 1966 with the main mission to gain independence from their...
 

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The first president of Tanzania was Julius Nyerere, and he ruled from 1961 to 1985. Nyerere played a major role in finding the Tanganyika African...
 

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Kofi was a highly revered Ghanaian diplomat. From 1997 to 2006 he successfully led the United Nations as the 7th secretary-general. Annan fought...
 

Thomas Isidore Noel Sankara

Thomas Sankara is viewed as an icon of the revolution. Many refer to him as the ‘Che Guevara of Africa’. He became the president of Burkina...
 

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Kenneth Kaunda is a retired politician who became the first president of Zambia and held office from 1964 to 1991. He gained political experiences...
 

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  • What Ever Happened to Black Power? (And Do We Care?)

    What Ever Happened to Black Power? (And Do We Care?)

    My Nubian family ABIBIFAHODIE! I was asked by a Brother on this site does black power mean anything anymore? This was a good question because what we see today is our people not putting enough effort in organization and mobilization in our communities this is because we suffer from psychological mental slavery. With mental slavery we have a lot of ego which brings about selfishness. If we form groups we have to learn to bring our resources together in our communities for the better. This means...
    A new Malcolm X biography has put black nationalism in the news again. Reniqua Allen looks back, and forward, at the political ideology he helped popularize.
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  • African Marriage

    African Marriage

    THE MOST IMPORTANT CEREMONY IN AFRICA

    Marriage in African culture, from North to South, East to West is hands-down one of the most significant rites of passage. It is the most celebrated ceremony in all African cultures. African weddings are a spiritual and social family affair and involve the combining of two lives, two families, and even two communities! There is no great civilization that has ever existed that abstained from marriage as one of its core fundamentals of nation bui
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    Last edited by AYAN; 03-09-2018, 12:44 PM.

  • 10 Ways to Emancipate Yourself from Mental Slavery

    10 Ways to Emancipate Yourself from Mental Slavery


    If you desire to emancipate yourself from mental slavery, then the following is a list of ten ways that will lead you to liberating yourself from mental slavery:
    1. Never be a “people-pleaser.”
    2. Give yourself the freedom to think for yourself.
    3. Never worry about the judgments of others.
    4. Always be yourself.
    5. Benefit from learning from revolutionaries. Observe them directly and/or read about them. Learn what makes/made them distinctive and truly liberated.
    6. Enjoy the beauty of everyday
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  • Mental Slavery | The Real Unbreakable Chains

    Mental Slavery | The Real Unbreakable Chains


    WORSE THAN PHYSICAL CHAINS

    Throughout history many nations have suffered a physical defeat, but that has never marked the end of a nation. But when a nation has become the victim of a psychological defeat, then that marks the end of a nation. –Ibn Khaldun, Al-Muqaddimah


    Mental slavery is a state of mind where discerning between liberation and enslavement is twisted. Where one becomes trapped by misinformation about self and the world. So someone can claim to be
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  • Real panthers stand up!

    Real panthers stand up!


    Black Panther of Black Panther

    Anyone silly enough to state “it is just a fun film” needs to be sent to sit at the kiddy table. Nothing created by the hands of powerful men/women is innocent. The last point of note is what about the real Black Panthers? And whiles the Black Panthers comic hero predates by a few months the BPP the word “real” denotes what is real to us as an African people. Fiction is fiction, no one died in the making of the film. The ones who fought
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    Last edited by Tariq; 02-28-2018, 11:17 PM.

  • Libation | A Ritual in African Life

    Libation | A Ritual in African Life


    A Ritual of Heritage in African Life

    Pour libation for your father and mother who rest in the valley of the dead. God will witness your action and accept it. Do not forget to do this even when you are away from home. For as you do for your parents, your children will do for you also– Book of Ani (Kemet)

    Libation in Africa is a ritual of heritage, a drink offering to honor and please the Creator, the lesser divinities, our sacred ancestors, humans present and not
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    Last edited by Tariq; 02-28-2018, 11:19 PM.
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