Month: February 2013

Africans in China : YAPs Made in China

While we are used to hearing about China taking over Africa, we often hear little to nothing about Africans exploring their destiny in China. From African migrants who have made […]

Dissecting the Global African,European and Catholic Origins of Carnival

It’s that time of year again when the world along with global Africans celebrate their history and roots culture in pure decadence before the religious advent season where we practice self […]

Pope Benedict XVI Resigns With The Looming Question: Is The Catholic Church Ready For A Black Pope?

Pope Benedict XVI decided to resign today on February 11th due to fatigue and ill health, becoming the first pontiff  to resign in six centuries. He will officially step down on the […]

ROOTS: Alexander Murray Palmer Haley and Other February 10 Black History Making Moments

 “In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage- to know who we are and where we have come from. Without this enriching knowledge, there is […]

It’s Fashion Week Again: Black & White Contrast Back In Season: The Never Ending Debate About Fashion’s BlackOut

New York fashion week has come again and as with all the globally recognized fashion weeks from London, to Paris, to Milan- it’s always the same old song with Black […]

The Beautiful Game and Its Deepening Scar of Racism: AC Milan VP uses racist term for player Mario Balotelli

& So it continues- all around the world same song. Mario Balotelli AKA Super Mario is no stranger to racism, particularly from his fellow Italians who have made it well […]

Africa’s Top Ten countries with fastest internet speeds: The Black Star Nation Of Ghana takes 1st Place

While CNN’s news reporter Christiane Amanpour was having a good time comparing the light off situation at the recent super bowl to the plague of constant light offs in Africa; she […]

Conspiring to Inspire : 44th NAACP Image Awards Makes History in Highest Viewership: Remembering Rosa Parks

The first day of Black History Month opened with the 44th NAACP Image Awards shedding a light on Black America’s history: past, present and future. While celebrating Black history, the […]

Celebrating Global Black History During America’s Black History Month

I have always wondered during Black History month where the stories of the Blacks from the continent of Africa and the rest of her  Diaspora were? If we are going […]