Dr. Ida Jones, University Archivist, Morgan State University, on Port Of Harlem Talk Radio. We discussed how almost 50 years later, we see women who could fit this description to some degree gain power and use it, including . . . and we also now see women with "ethnic" names in power and also using it, including . . .
West Papuans in Oceania Seek Freedom Like Other African People
Reminiscent of the 1863 agreement between Europeans to peacefully carve up Africa for their own needs and without regard to the indigenous people, The Netherlands in 1898 colonized the western part of the island of New Guinea and called it West Papua. When the eastern part of the island became independent, West Papua did not.
Haitians Can No Longer Hide Behind The Caste System Killing Our Country
The torture and assassination of president Jovenel Moïse by unknown assailants laid bare the reality in Haiti in ways that we can no longer hide. Contrary to popular belief, Haiti is not a Black country. It is a modern–day Apartheid state where a small minority of White people lord over the mass of the population who are Black.
5 Social Security Myths Debunked
Waiting to claim Social Security after age 62 comes with a bonus: roughly 8% additional monthly income per year for each year you delay claiming (up to age 70).
Air Senegal's Now Takes Off From DC and NYC for Dakar and Beyond
On September 2, Air Senegal began twice-weekly flights from Washington Dulles to NYC Kennedy, then across the big pond to Daker's ultramodern, regional air hub Blaise Diagne International Airport. From Blaise, passengers can connect to other destinations including Banjul.
After a vigorous 30–minute talk with Dr. Ida Jones on "Mammy's Revenge?", we are looking forward to our Port Of Harlem Talk Radio talk with Gershom Williams, Sr. about Haitian Joseph Firmin. "Black Artists In Their Own Realm: Ideas, Materials And Techniques" is open in Harlem. Under movie, see the Christian epic, Sight & Sound: Jonah.
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