“At this time I’d like to say a few word, especially to my sisters. Sisters, Black people will never be free unless Black women participate in every aspect of our struggle, on every level of our struggle.” – Assata Shakur For the longest time, I have comtemplated writing on the subject of women’s complex conditions,Continue reading “The Fear of Women”
The world is exploding, but whose world is it? Have the masses of impoverished people in Southern Afrika reached the level of disenchantment with the ruling elites that pushes them to really go beyond just looking? There is a tidal wave of social turmoil currently gripping much of South Africa these last few days, oneContinue reading “Liyabhubha Kodwa … Nothing Comes From Violence”
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A MA’ATIC MAN? In ancient Afrikan Philosophy we find the ethical/moral principle of Ma’at, manifesting as the Goddess of honor, truth and justice in ancient Egypt (Kemet). What does Ma’at mean and how does it inform the role and values of Afrikan men? How can we apply Afrikan philosophyContinue reading “Righteousness Consciousness Defined”
This conversation between two of the most authentic Black artists is so powerful, so instructive, so wise.
This is always a good read, very informative and well researched. Zimbabwe needs truth and not propaganda. https://zimbabweland.wordpress.com/author/zimbabweland/
People Ask me what books do I read. Well, I really read many varied books, but this is what I recommend in this time: https://store.theblackbusinessschool.com/collections/books https://store.theblackbusinessschool.com/
On the teeming, nervous streets of Harare, somewhere along the byways of the promising northern suburbs – stands a boy named Progress. His parents must have been really hopeful, if he has a sister, her name may very likely be Prosperity. The parents could possibly also be faithful with their Sunday tithes, giving of theContinue reading “The Story of Progress”
Revolution is a science, but it is one that takes shape socially, both privately as well as publically, and it is essentially experiential. The theory is as significant as the practice. The ironical art of revolution is comparable to the art of music. One person can compose a symphony in the privacy of their ownContinue reading “Money Dance vs Spirit Dance”