Preventing Cultural Genocide with the Mother Tongue Policy in Eritrea

by Thomas C. Mountain Eritrea, a small nation on the African coast of the Red Sea, is home to six million people speaking nine different languages. Despite punishing sanctions imposed by western imperialism, Eritrea has made sure that young people from all nine language groups can read and write in their Mother Tongue, so that […]

Dr. Walter Rodney: Revolutionary intellectual, socialist, Pan-Africanikt and historian

Walter Rodney by Ajamu Nangwaya Walter Rodney has demonstrated through thought and action that it is not inevitable for intellectuals to join the systems of oppression and use their knowledge and skills to perpetuate exploitation. They have the option of committing “class suicide.” Rodney called on the intelligentsia to use their knowledge and skills to […]

Politikal Prisoner Herman Bell on the 50th Anniversary of the BPP

You can listen to Herman’s statement HERE! Afrikan people arrived to the shores of North America in the holds of slave ships.  Off the boats, poked and prodded, they stood on the auction block for sale.  Wealthy people were the only ones who could afford to own slaves, they wanted steady labor to plant and […]

Alprentice ‘Bunchy’ Carter ‘would have rode with Nat Turner’

by Norman (Otis) Richmond, aka Jalali “If Bunchy had been on the same plantation as Nat Turner, you can believe he would have rode with Nat Turner. That’s the type of person Bunchy was.” – Kumasi Black Panther Party Deputy Minister of Defense Bunchy Carter Oct. 12 is the birthday of one of the most […]

A Single Migration From Afrika Populated the World, Studiez Find

by  Carl Zimmer The KhoiSan, hunter-gatherers living today in southern Africa, above, are among hundreds of indigenous people whose genetic makeup has provided new clues to human prehistory. Credit Eric Laforgue/Gamma-Rapho, via Getty Images Modern humans evolved in Africa roughly 200,000 years ago. But how did our species go on to populate the rest of […]

Rare historikal photo: “Father starez at the severed hand and foot of hiz five-year-old, Belgian Congo, 1904”

U (white people) have the nerve to call uz (Blackz) uncivilized.  Europeans often whitewash the history of colonialism under the guise of wanting to “spread their culture” or “promote progress” when in reality, they inflicted torture on natives for the sake of economic gain. Much of the collective Black conscious centers itself around the atrocities […]

Ethiopian New Year

The Ethiopian New Years Celebration & Ethiopian/Pan-African Art & Artist EXPO is a two-day event in celebration of The Ethiopian New Year which is actually on Sept. 11. This will be an event which will celebrate the history, culture, the people of Ethiopia including an Ethiopian Inspired Art Exhibition, Live Music, Live DJ’s, Arts and […]

Pan-Africanism, women’z emancipation and the meaning of socialist development

Revisiting the role of women in Kwame Nkrumah’s Ghana African Pictures Abayomi Azikiwe Sep 08, 2016 Celebrated pan-Africanist Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana organized a historic conference for women in Africa and the diaspora in 1960 to celebrate their contribution to the liberation struggles, but also to create a platform for reflection on their future role […]