Origin and initial purpose of Manqala gamez

Nobody knows where were games originated. It is difficult to say precisely. There are different theories which have been difficult to prove, however. No written records have survived, if ever there was (see “Manqala Games in the World” and “Manqala games in Europe”, where you can learn more about the distribution of these games in […]

CUISINEZ OF ENSLAVED AFRIKANZ: FOODZ THAT TRAVELED ALONG WITH THE SLAVE SHIPZ

There were many African grown crops that traveled along the slave ship with slaves. Most often foods such as okra, rice and kidney and lima beans accompanied them. The food was to ensure that the slaves were able to eat while traveling to their new way of life. There were also many other crops that […]

Ndebele

  Ndebele women in traditional garb Introduction Although the origins of the South African Ndebele are shrouded in mystery, they have been identified as one of the Nguni tribes. The Nguni tribes represent nearly two thirds of South Africa’s Black population and can be divided into four distinct groups; the Central Nguni (the Zulu-speaking peoples), […]

A Global Vision: Ana Livia Cordero And The Puerto Rican Liberation Struggle

BY SANDY PLACIDO *This is the final post in our blog series on Women, Gender and Pan-Africanism edited by Keisha N. Blain. Blog posts in this series examine how women and gender have shaped Pan-Africanist movements and discourses in the United States, Europe, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. In this post, Sandy Placido places Dr. Ana Livia Cordero at the […]

Blitz the Ambassador’z “Hello Afrika”

Blitz the Ambassador dropped “Hello Africa,” the latest leak from his upcoming Diasporadical album—from which we’ve previously seen the gorgeous video trilogy of “Shine,”“Juju Girl” and “Running.” “Hello Africa” sees Blitz in travel-mode as he takes lyrical stops across Marrakesh, Kigali, Dakar, Lagos, Joburg, and more over this Optiks beat. “I wrote this song while traveling around […]

Malcolm X -THE COMMON ENEMY

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10 Worrying Factz about Eugenicz That Afrikan Amerikanz Should Know

1. Frances  Galton Frances  Galton was an Englishman who came from a family that became very wealthy from slave labor. He is the father of “Eugenics” and coined the term  in 1883. In order to promote the idea of Eugenics, a Eugenics society was  formed. It  galvanized the social movement that began in America with the sole intent of wiping out […]

A Tribute to Dr. Mutulu Shakur from Behind the Wall

By J. Jondhi Harrell (Kwame Tata Nganga Mbangala) in 2004 It is difficult to sit down and in a few words describe the impact that Dr. Mutulu Shakur (right) has on the lives of those around him. The many adjectives which I could use would be insufficient. Perhaps it would be best to simply try […]

The ‘Eve Gene’ …”Scientifically, the black female is only organism that possesses the mitochondrial DNA having all variations possible for every different kind of human being on planet.” Inspired by Virgo Remy

  “Aren’t all the Abrahamic religious books just the victors versions, plagiarized from the spoils of Kemet ? Isn’t their development seen out of Kemet and toward present day through Auha Miser, the Zoroastrians and Hellenistic Romans? Are we being kept from recognizing the obvious scientific answer, to what is or who should be considered […]