Poetics: Homage to Mazisi Kunene

What better honor can we give to a great writer than to keep his work alive for the instruction of the coming generations? The impact of Mazisi Kunene in the world of literature in Indigenous languages and to Southern Afrika in particular is immensely valuable. Despite the fact that Kunene served as a Professor atContinue reading “Poetics: Homage to Mazisi Kunene”

When Black Stars Fade

Something About Bra Don Mkhwanazi NB. This unfinished essay was written around the year 2013 as just a personal reflection on the efficacy of African business leaders and African intellectuals. How have South Africa’s most famous business leaders helped to transform the lives of their communities was just one of the questions I had in mind.Continue reading “When Black Stars Fade”

Idea-ology: Musings on Belief Systems

Originally posted on The Liberator Magazine:
This article first appeared in The Narrative Issue. Written by: Elizabeth Teare Ideology. From Greek idea, a form or pattern. From Greek logos, discourse or compilation. Merriam Webster defines ideology as a “visionary theorizing; a systematic body of concepts especially about human life or culture”. Slavoj Zizek, author of…

The Black Space – Our Spaces

Where do we go as Black People in order to find spaces that are conducive to our Spiritual, Socio-Economic and Cultural Growth? The institutions that we presently have are not cutting it. There is no church, temple or mosque; bar, tavern or gym; social club or jazz club ( except perhaps for the Afrikan FreedomContinue reading “The Black Space – Our Spaces”

AMNTE NOFRE (Amentet Neferet)

Ancient Egyptian Religion

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About media framing • (written by Brian Dean)

GAIA - Global Academy of Indigenous Activism

capacity building, indigenous way of life, Earth parliament, indigenous world order

Isiopolis

A votive Work in honor of the Goddess Isis

Inner Peace

True wealth is the wealth of the soul