Stewart: AFROFUTURISM GETS A SUPERB FILM, MARVEL FILMS GROW UP–A Review of Black Panther

  By Andrew Stewart    Note: At the outset I would like to acknowledge the profound debt this essay owes the work of Dr. Jared Ball, Dr. Todd Burroughs, and the website ImixWhatILike, all of whom have produced amazing criticism in the lead-up and on the release weekend of this film. I began studying Africa […]

Black Panther: The Revolution will never be televised(Spoiler review)

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Black Power 96.3 FM presents Black Power Sundays!

Black Power 96.3 FM presents  A weekly rally taking place @3PM outside on the Black Power 96 Sound Stage located at 1245 TyRon Lewis Ave S, formerly known as 18th Ave S! We’ve got dynamic presentations, we’ve got cultural performances, we’ve got local vendors! We’ve got the community! With a new topic each week, Black Power Sundays are more than just […]

6 Movies About the Real Black Panthers to Watch After ‘Black Panther’

BY KHAL   Image via Getty/Jack Manning Contrary to the belief of some idiots on social media, Marvel’s Black Panther has nothing to do with the Black Panther Party. The first appearance of the Black Panther character in a comic book was in July of 1966, roughly five months before Bobby Seale and Huey Newton founded the Black Panther Party for Self Defense. That […]

Sights and Sounds from Dimona

The African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem is a vibrate community living in Dimona, Israel. They have sought to redefine themselves outside the vestiges of slavery and the African-american reality. With a Yah-centered mind-set they have created an urban kibbutz style living arrangement  unparalleled in its scope to reshape a people.   source: Sights and Sounds from […]

The Hidden Meanings Of Afrikan Attire

I am drawing this title from an article that I read that I wish to share with you. However, I want to make a few comments before I share the article with you. One of the things that I find most interesting about how people talk about Africa is that they tend to think that […]

Butter Braids and Dreadlocks: A look at Afrika’s traditional hairstyles

Himba women styling their hair — imaginetravel.com Ask any black woman about the kind of relationship she has with her hair, and she may tell you that it’s almost like a romantic affair. From spending long hours at the salon to having it washed and braided or pressed, to the amount of money spent on […]