Category Archives: Africa

“Circle of Secrecy” Children, Sexual Abuse, and the Catholic Church in Africa

Thus, when others impose the image of their deity upon you while you abandon your Gods, and accept theirs, you inevitably become their spiritual prisoner — Dr. John Henrik Clarke In every culture, there is a belief in a supernational being (Almighty), and the relationship between humans and God requires worship and sacrifice. And, in any recorded human history, humans

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African Re-Defined

Lest we forget Chinua Achebe’s things fall apart, the center cannot hold, and no longer at ease. It is no longer at ease for the west to sustain the fallacies that Africa did not contribute to world civilization and or history. The internet was described as a disruptive technology, so it is the idea of redefining and repackaging Africa. And,

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Intentional Mis-Education of Africa

“Education without interrogation, teacher don’t teach me nonsense” The arrow of time is always delving deeper in us, constantly forcing us forward, and in any story, time only flows when the story is told. The arm of time is always ticking to the beat of change, and change is as constant as time. We should move along with time, and

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Religiosity and Failed African States

The greatest tragedy of all African states is the introduction of foreign gods and languages, cemented by tribes, decimated by education without interrogation or intelligence. Welcome to Africa, the new Africans, our world, our opportunities. Before the advent of foreign intrusion into Africa, African societies have their concept of Supreme Being or High God, which is generally held to be

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CHATTEL SLAVERY STILL REMAINS

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel I Iktor Tafari If you free a people and continue to control all the land, and control all the money, you will effectively control all the people and keep them in captivity.That is what is meant by the term “CAPTIVE LABOR.” But if the enslaved are also unwise and brainwashed, you can easily trick them. Here

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Reparations for Colonialism are Mandatory

Submitted by Colonialism Reparation Colonialism Reparation welcomes that the United Nations Special Rapporteur has clarified the human rights obligations of Member States in relation to reparations for racial discrimination rooted in slavery and colonialism and calls for all Member States to follow her recommendations for the implementation of the reparations of colonialism and slavery, bearing in mind their lasting impact

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The Ancestral Call for Return: Start here. End (t)here

Submitted by Tara Inniss, Department of History and Philosophy, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus Some of us in Barbados and the Diaspora saw some posts and short videos on social media this past weekend showing a ceremony taking place in Ghana of Barbadian officials burying the “remains” of an “unknown” enslaved African burial/space from Barbados to

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Mia Goes To Ghana

  As part of the Year of Return and the visit of H.E, the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to Barbados in June this year, the Prime Minister of Barbados, H.E. Mia Mottley, arrives in Ghana today for a 3-day visit. The visit also forms part of the bilateral discussions started during the President’s visit to Barbados. She will be

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African Liberation Chapter 4

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel Today with the aid of the history microscope, it is quite easy to see that slave control is the demonic reason why the overwhelming majority of today’s x-slaves have been deliberately kept bound in the punitive and subjugating chains of landless-ness. Read full test at Ras Jahaziel’s Website – Rastafarivisions

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African Liberation Education (3)

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel In this post-emancipation era, the world has become split into two different economic realities: Slavery-Wealth and Slavery Poverty…. otherwise known as First world and Third world…. otherwise known as The Developed World and The UNDER-Developed World… otherwise known to the wise as The Shameful and Unjust Results of The Great Robbery.Look at this picture below: It

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Peace for Zimbabwe

From sea to shining sea—America. We cherish the First Amendment to our Constitution. Nonetheless, sometimes we take our basic freedoms for granted. Consider the country of Zimbabwe; found on the continent of Africa. A land with a population 16.5 million. A land with a history of unrest and human rights violations. A land with citizens that long for peace. In

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WHITE HISTORY MONTH – WHITE HISTORY IN BLACK FACE!

Submitted by Pachamama With settled and incontestable scientific certainty we know that the original peoples of the universes were as Black as midnight – blue-black. Long before there was anything called a White race, Afrikans had peopled the entirety of Mother Earth. Even today, about 90% of all humanoids are still peoples of colour. Yet we have the internal contradiction

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African Liberation Education (2)

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel “The events that transpired five thousand years ago, five years ago, or five minutes ago, have determined what will happen five minutes from now, five years from now, or five thousand years from now. All history is a current event.” -Dr. John Henrik Clarke -– That global experience that is commonly referred to as “history” effectively

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180 Years of Emancipation- Some Perspective

Submitted by Mohammed Degia On August 1, 1838, enslaved people across the British Caribbean gained their freedom. Contrary to what is often peddled about the singular role of abolitionists in ending transatlantic slavery, there were two main reasons for abolition- economic and rebellions. The British did not in some great moralistic and ethical wave bestow freedom upon the enslaved. The

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