Now that violence has taken over the news cycle, the Freddie Gray protesters are being labeled thugs and criminals. But any other time a victim stands up to his bully, he is applauded. When other Countries fought back against police, we cheered. But now that's it's happening in Black America, you call the situation "Sad" and turn your back on those putting their life on the line to deman
There are a lot of conscious and historical pieces that have been performed by a number of individuals that really respect and understand the importance of getting the information of African history out to the masses of people.
Dr. Kwame Nantambu, lecturer at the University of the West Indies, says that:
The United States achieved its independence on July 4, 1776. The choice of the month of July by the European founding fathers of the United States denotes that in July (7th month of the year), they completed their armed revolution/struggle for independence from Euro-colonial Britain. The choice of the 4th of July denotes
Did you catch the performances at the All Star Game this weekend. I don't know if there was a problem with the sound at the Houston arena or if Ne-Yo and Alicia Keys simply failed to warm up before their nationally televised performance, but it was just BAD! Find out why I call Mrs. Swizz Beats "Alicia Off Key" and why Jay Z tells the couple to "Watch your son" inside.
I am not sure if Chris Brown meant to represent the actual Black Pyramid on the west bank of the Nile just south of Cairo in Kemet (Greek name is Egypt) or not but here is the breakdown on the real Black Pyramid.
My recent family trip to Ancient Kemet (also known as Egypt) was an eye-opening experience that reaffirmed a number of things that I had either read about or seen in videos. From the time that we boarded Egypt Air at Kennedy Airport, the symbols of Heru (a.k.a. Horus) was everywhere, from the wing on the outside of the plane to the items inside the plane. This was confirmation that the journey I
During the first few days of our vacation, there was a lady in our group that had got information about me and what I do at WBLK.
She heard about the Know Thyself Campaign on the station and told Jim Smith (who is from Buffalo and on this tour) that she had come home on the Know Thyself Educational Tour to spread the ashes of her two sons, 17 and 18, who were killed by violence in the street, into
Our morning started out with a 5 a.m. wake-up call, followed by breakfast at 6 a.m., when all luggage had to be outside the room for pick-up. At 7 a.m., we were on our way to Aswan, the land of Nubia -- but not before we made two stops.