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Hard to Respect Farrakhan After This

Hard to Respect Farrakhan After This This is how I like to receive my news, with video evidence. If someone had told me that Farrakhan put out such a message of self hate for black people but the video doesn’t lie. Granted this looks like it was a few years ago but the fact that […]

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Let Children be Creative Little Bees

Let Children be Creative Little Bees I find Ken Robinson’s passion for education inspiring. Here he makes an entertaining case for creating an education system that nurtures creativity, rather than the current systems that tend to undermine it and doesn’t let children be creative. “Education is meant to take us into this future that we […]

Most Frustrating Interviews I've Seen
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This is one of the Most Frustrating Interviews I’ve Seen

Why is this one of the most frustrating interviews I’ve ever seen? Well the fact that it’s an interview with Tomi Lahren might be enough to explain that. I don’t want to spend any time explaining who she is as you’ll get some background from the interview. I think it’s frustrating because of how popular […]

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The Natural Doll Teaching Young Girls to Embrace Their Natural Hair

“If dolls are rocking their natural hair in afro style then why shouldn’t I?” This is what I hope young girls will be saying once they start getting access to The Natural Doll. Inspired by the lack of options available for her own daughters, Congolese hair dresser Mushiya Tshikuka set out on a mission to create a […]

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Black Natural Hair Will Always be Better than Weave

For me, it would always be black natural hair over weave I Can’t honestly  say I’ve ever really been a fan of the weave but I’m even less so when it doesn’t even attempt to trick me. Most of the time I see weaves I have to wonder if some of these women are working […]

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Black Slaves – How Unjust Were the Laws

Every time I hear people trying to belittle what was done to Black slaves, my soul sheds a tear. I recently stumbled upon a book called ‘Let’s Save the Children’ which gives some details about the plight of slaves in the Caribbean and the US. In particular, it talks about the Slave Laws which were […]

Own Quiet Revolution
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Will You Start Your Own Quiet Revolution?

It starts with an idea, but if we could all start our own quiet revolution, we can see real change in the world This short documentary shows how people can start their own quiet revolution with a little bit of self belief and a commitment to change. The documentary shows three case studies of how […]

The 13th Amendment
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13th Amendment Basically just Upgraded Slavery

Those clever lawmakers and their 13th Amendment to the US Constitution   In keeping with my obsession with the number 13, I decided to look into the US constitution a little bit. I Many people hold the 13th amendment as one of the greatest steps in the United States’ abolishment of slavery. Looking a little […]

DMX Playlist - Top 5 Tracks
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DMX Playlist – Top 5 Tracks

DMX Playlist Despite what may be going on in the life of X right now, his music is still timeless and a greta contribution to Hip Hop. Definitely one of my favourite rappers of all time. When it comes to my top 5 DMX tracks, it’s a list that would probably change everytine you ask […]

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Food for thought on Malcolm X Day

It’s Malcolm X Day and time to reflect on some of the teachings of the great man It might be a little cliché but everyday should be Malcolm X day. The level of integrity, honour and consistency towards mission of equality for Black people that he displayed is worth of daily acknowledgement. His relentless of pursuit […]