The Science Agenda to Exterminate Blacks (FULL)

https://www.brighteon.com/embed/5827974413001 This video lecture documents the pattern of heavy metals poisoning, medical experimentation, organ harvesting, covert fertility task forces and other tactics that seek to eliminate blacks from our planet. source: https://www.brighteon.com/5827974413001   Advertisements

Sarah Baartman: The “first known Black female victim of trafficking”

 by Meserette Kentake “We cannot undo the damage that was done to her. But at least we can summon the courage to speak the naked but healing truth that must comfort her wherever she may be.” –Thabo Mbeki Sarah Baartman, the “first known Black female victim of trafficking,” died on 29 December 1815. A Khoi-san woman of […]

Beautiful Struggle: The Iconicity of Cuban Hip-Hop And Political Exile Nehanda Abiodun

Written By Marjua Estevez https://players.brightcove.net/5428592013001/default_default/index.html?videoId=5834958814001   Nehanda Isoke Abiodun, née Cheri Laverne Dalton, was just 10 years old when she joined the picket lines. Columbia University in the ’60s was taking over her neighborhood park to build a gym for alumni and students. “Those of us who lived in the community had no access to the […]

After escaping a slave ship in the 1700s, this Afrikan chief became Florida’s most-feared pirate

An illustration of Black Caesar (Left) — YouTube He has been described as Florida’s most renowned black pirate who used the island of Elliott Key, and other hiding places along the Southeast Florida coast to conduct raids on unsuspected ships and villages. Black Caesar became notable during the “golden age” of piracy, that is, in the late 1600s […]

The fascinating history (our-story) and evolution of Afro-Puerto Ricans

Afro-Puerto Rican women at a carnival…photo credit: Grandmother Africa Libertos were Puerto-Ricans of African lineage who were transported to the island via the slave trade. They traveled with Spanish conquerors (Conquistadors) and upon arrival to Puerto Rico, the original inhabitants – The Taino – died due to the introduction of new illnesses and the oppression […]

Read Emperor Haile Selassie’s iconic 1963 speech that inspired Bob Marley’s hit song “War”

Emperor Haile Selassie May 25 of every year in Africa is Africa Day. The day is set aside by the African Union (AU) to commemorate the founding of the Organization of African Unity (OAU). Throughout this week, which is also termed #AfricaWeek, Face2Face Africa will be sharing some iconic speeches by the founding fathers of […]

Edmond Albius, the slave Afrikan child who created the multimillion-dollar vanilla industry

Edmond Albius Vanilla is one of the world’s popular spice. The expensive ingredient is the principal flavouring in ice-creams and cola drinks and is usually used in some fine perfumes and delicacies in the world. In mid 19th century, before the revolutionisation of vanilla, the world, and Mexico, in particular, was producing not more than […]

It’s over! The most beautiful girl in the world has been found in Nigeria and she is 5 years old

5-year-old Jare Five-year-old Jare from Lagos, Nigeria is being extolled by many as ‘the most beautiful girl in the world.’ The internet seems to agree. Her image has gone viral after it was shared on Instagram a week ago by Mofe Bamuyiwa, a Nigerian photographer. It gained 16,000 likes within a short time of it […]

Street in Namibian capital renamed in honour of Marcus Garvey

  Prime Minister Andrew Holness (centre) unveils a sign depicting the name of the street in Namibia capital, Windhoek, that was yesterday renamed in honour of Jamaica’s first national hero, Marcus Mosiah Garvey. PRIME Minister Andrew Holness has expressed gratitude to the Government and people of Namibia for naming a street in the capital, Windhoek, […]

The Zong Massacre: The unforgettable 1781 incident which saw 133 slaves thrown into the Atlantic

Depiction of the Zong massacre…Alchetron On November 29, December 1 and other days later in 1781, 85 Ghanaian men, women and children were thrown overboard The Zong, a slave ship that was due to arrive in Jamaica. In protest, 10 more slaves jumped into the sea. In total, 142 slaves lost their lives due to the […]