It has been many months since I dropped a blog and in that time I decided to change my focus and use this blog to share my thoughts about life, politics, current events, Pan-Africanism and much more. In this vein I have waited to add my voice to the ongoing string of police killings of … More Anger, Protest and Power
Source: The Forward March Towards Pan-Africanism: Mass Based Participation
Every Pan-Africanist, African Academic and most African/Black activists know of or have studied about the great Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Some of these great folks may have been around during the time when Dr. Nkrumah was working to achieve Pan-Africanism. Many in my generation were either barely thought of or an infant when he made his … More Where was Nkrumah on Founders Day?
Change comes in many forms and often at the most inopportune time. My change came unwillingly (although I wanted change for many years) in April 2014, when I was laid off from the NAACP. This layoff to me seemed unfair since my goal in life and at the NAACP was to work on behalf of … More Salute to New Beginnings
El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X) took his last breath as a mere man on Feb 21, 1965 at the Audubon Ballroom in New York. His assassination not only sparked outrage but also provided us with a forever martyred Pan-Africanist!! His untimely death came at a critical time in his ideological development as he … More Malcolm X the Pan-Africanist!!!!!!!!!!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 580 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 10 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … More 2014 in review
The mighty beast of justice has been awaken in the people. Africans all over the world have become sick and tired of being the whipping posts of the oppressor. The oppressor in this case is the capitalists who control the majority of the world’s resources. Capitalism is an economic system which is generally defined as, … More Ferguson to Ouagadougou to Rio-“The People’s Protest”
Ebola is one of many challenges that face people of African descent on the continent and in the Diaspora. While, it is front and center on all traditional and new media outlets it is yet another issue that will not be resolved without Pan-Africanism. Defined at the “Total Liberation and Unification of Africa-Under Scientific Socialism” … More Ebola will only be destroyed by Pan-Africanism
Yesterday, the first patient diagnosed in the United State with Ebola made his transition to the ancestors. Immediately following his death there have been reports that he “lied” on his immigration documents upon entering the U.S. about if he had come into contact with anyone in Liberia who had Ebola. Mr. Duncan is a human … More Race, Class and Ebola!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ebola has been wreaking havoc on West Africa since the outbreak began a few months ago. The Center for Disease Control reports that as of August 28th there are a total of 3069 cases suspected and confirmed. According to the CDC the likely hosts are bats with a 55-60% fatality rate with the virus being transmitted … More Ebola: African Lives Matter Too!!