Connecting The Black World
Bringing together Black Leadership globally and opening up lines of communication, and playing a prominent role in the liberation struggle.
It goes without saying that white supremacy and racism go "hand in hand' and are embedded within the very fabric of this republic called the United States Of America. Ironically many of the alleged "founding fathers" such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and others were brutal slave owners who have been promoted in this country as heroes who deserve to be honored. These lies continue to this very day.
That brings me to Francis Scott Key, the composer of the racist national…Continue
Posted by Sadiki Kambon on September 16, 2016 at 2:00pm
A national fire storm has been brewing lately over the racist "national anthem" and its lack of sensitivity as it pertains to our suffering as Afrikan/Black people under the brutality and inhumanity of white supremacy in these United States. There have been many protests in the past with the most recent being the refusal of NFL football player and Afrikan/Black man Colin Kaepernick. He plays quarterback for the National Football League San Francisco 49ers and in a bold act of protest,…Continue
Posted by Sadiki Kambon on September 3, 2016 at 12:30pm
The racist United States national anthem is in the headlines once again due to a protest by Colin Kaepernick, an Afrikan/Black quarterback for the NFL San Francisco 49ers football team. Kaepernick in a bold action, did in fact refuse to stand during the playing of the "anthem" prior to an exhibition game this past week. He has been attacked by the forces of white supremacy and otherwise as being "unpatriotic and a traitor." They ignore the fact that he was putting the spotlight on racism…Continue
Posted by Sadiki Kambon on August 30, 2016 at 2:15pm
These United States were formed as a republic based on the principles of white supremacy. Those of us known as Afrikan/Black people have suffered through a variety of atrocities through these many centuries. Examples would be slavery, lynchings, stolen culture and language, family disruption, etc. In spite of this terrible experience, we have endured and persevered to this very day.
Our ancestors through the years have not only built this country physically, but gave up their…Continue
Posted by Sadiki Kambon on August 25, 2016 at 3:00pm
The ongoing dilemma of police violence against Afrikan/Black men, women and children is not a very new phenomenon. The most recent examples were the police assassinations of two Afrikan/Black men, Philando Castile and Alton Sterling who resided in Saint Paul, Minnesota and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, respectively. Both men were gunned down in cold blood for no other reason then the color of their Black skin.
We should not be surprised as the killing of Afrikan/Black people in this country…Continue
Posted by Sadiki Kambon on July 13, 2016 at 11:00am
In the last preteen years of my life you could walk along 165th Street from Prospect Avenue to Morris Avenue in the Bronx in a state of elated consciousness as the sound of excitement poured out of…Continue
Started by Kalonji T, Olusegun. Last reply by Kalonji T, Olusegun Sep 30, 2012.
We need a strong Brotherhood and Sisterhood. I am tired of backing stabbing, two faced, trifling people around civilized people.Continue
Started by Queen Phyllis Muhammad Apr 29, 2012.
Dear Friends:It is our pleasure to invite you to the April 21, 2012 NUBIA, Inc. evening to commemorate the legacy of one of Africa’s giant intellectuals, Dr. Muhammad Osman Wardi who died on February…Continue
Started by Prof. Abdel Mohamed. Last reply by Prof. Abdel Mohamed Apr 12, 2012.
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