"Wake up and look at the current conditions that we Black Americans are being forced to play, and look at what your government ( the system ) is fighting to cut and the Black community always are effected first.
Because we DO NOT OWN any resources in…"
"The Civil Rights Act of 1964 irrevocably reshaped American history. This landmark piece of legislation was intended to set the stage for a country free of discrimination and answer the growing demand for equal rights of African-Americans. Even…"
[Leadership]Michael 'Mujaheed' Adebolaja, a 20-year old British Nigerian is identified as one of the two men who hacked to death a serving British soldier in a street near an army barracks in London yesterday. Adebolaja, an alleged a Muslim convert, who answers his Muslim name 'Mujaheed', meaning one who fights jihad and goes about preaching the word of God in the last few weeks, was filmed by an onlooker and broadcasted by Britain's ITV news channel with hands covered in blood and holding a bloodied knife and praisin
[Daily Trust]Over 500 members of the Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NEPWHAN) yesterday stormed the National Assembly to protest the non passage of the HIV/AIDS anti discrimination bill into law.
[U.S. Congress]Washington, DC -Congresswoman Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa released the following statement after the White House announced President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will travel to Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania next month:
[Bridges Institute]Mali burst onto the international scene in January 2012 when disgruntled fighters returning from Libya renewed their interest in a separate state carved from territory in northern Mali. Their success in destabilizing the north led to a March coup, UN resolutions, the formation of an ECOWAS force, a French intervention, kidnapping and chaos in Amenas, Algeria, internal displacement of more than 204,000 persons, plus refugee flows of more than 200,000 to Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Niger—and tha
[IRIN]Kano -Tens of thousands of residents of northeastern Nigeria's Borno State have fled their homes - thousands of them into neighbouring Niger and Cameroon - following airstrikes by Nigerian fighter jets on Boko Haram (BH) camps from 15 May.