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Malcolm X remains one of the most important figures of the American Civil Rights Movement, and his transformation into a vocal human rights activist added to his already impressive legacy. The man later known as el-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz came to relax some of his fiery politics that defined the earlier part of his time in the […]

By admin on April 2, 2017 Global Zimbabwean journalist, Leonard Makombe, took to twitter to share his experience with some white tourists in Uganda. According to the journalist, some white tourists refused to share the pool with him after he dived into the pool. Below is what he twitted: From Yasuh

12-year-old Brianna Lyston has posted a new Class 4 200m record time for girls Lyston went flat out from the sound of the pistol to romp to a comfortable win  Jamaican athlete has drawn comparisons with her compatriot Usain Bolt  Bolt came into prominence by winning his first medal at the same Kingston event By […]

Michelle & Chris Gerard As a city built with so many single-family homes, the loss of population over the last few decades, including a huge 27% loss between 2000 and 2015, is showing its impact on homeownership. A new report from Detroit Future City highlights this reverse in housing, and the impact it has on […]

Thousands of diaspora Eritreans march in support of UN report that accuses government of crime against humanity. Organisers claimed more than 10,000 people from all across Europe marched in front of the UN office [Vanessa Berhe/Al Jazeera] Thousands of Eritreans have rallied in Geneva against alleged human rights abuses committed by their government back home, […]

Post by Nedu March 21, 2017 Advertisement Marking the human rights day, the Black First Land First (BLF) movement upheld that the African National Congress (ANC) government whitewashed the blood of Sharpeville with words. According to BLF, the ANC government’s decision to recognize the tragic history of Sharpeville as human right day, was meant to […]

Thus saith the ex wife of South Africa’s greatest son, late Nelson Mandela: South Africa is in crisis and, what the freedom fighters fought for, has been messed up. Winnie Madikizela-Mandel shared the sentiment above when she speaking about Ahmed Kathrada commemoration ceremony at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg. Ahmed Kathrade, one of the […]

  © Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters The mayor of the popular Bavarian resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen has penned a letter to the regional government begging them to tackle the “massive problems” posed by crime rates among refugees, while police say “blacks are in charge of the town.” The letter, part warning to regional authorities, part cry […]

March 6, 2017 by Small Business With TED IWERE There are indeed many talented chaps in Nigeria; these people are not only creative, some of them are intelligent too and have the ability to invent things that are remarkable and useful to those in the society and outside it. The invented goggles made by Achilefu […]

By Ali Owens   February is Black History Month – and along with it comes the inevitable onslaught of facepalm-worthy comments on the Internet from certain white people. These usually start with “I’m not racist, but…” and end, ironically, with something inherently racist. (“I’m not racist, but slavery ended a long time ago – get […]