Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Ebola And Its Cultural Casualty In Liberia: Hugs And Kisses

MONROVIA, Liberia — It is hard enough to push away family and friends, shunning an embrace or even a shake of the hand to...

The House Negro, the Plantation and Master Clinton

In the United States’ Democratic Primaries and Caucuses, one would often hear that Hillary Clinton (wife of former republican-leaning Democratic President Bill Clinton) has...

Once a Country Descends Into Evil, It Doesn’t Emerge

NEW YORK CITY, New York, U.S. - Welcome to America today. Every day Americans of African descent are harassed and arrested by cops of European...

There Is No Movement Without Rhythm

WATCH THE FILM: FOLI To the people of Baro, this film may not mean much beyond their borders in Guinea, but to those of us...

Colonialism In Africa: The Stamp-By-Force of European Barbarism

Note: One could possibly consider this essay: “Colonialism In Africa: The Stamp-By-Force of European Barbarism,” by Narmer Amenuti also as a rejoinder to Bruce...

Negro? Prieto? Moreno? A Question of Identity for African-Mexicans

Most Mexicans will describe themselves as mestizo, or mixed white and native Indian. Candido Escuen, a 58-year-old papaya farmer, is not quite sure what...

The Myth of Single Parenthood

Let me tell a story. There's a woman I know who has a young daughter. Let's call this woman Ajara. The fellow who would...

Takamba Champions Of The Niger – Super Onze De Gao

Gao and Takamba: The Background The Niger sparkles like a giant sapphire luxuriating on a bed of green velvet as it flows past the city...

Two Bad Heads are Worse than One – The Baby Mama Drama

BROOKLYN, NY, USA -- What is Baby Mama, or Baby Daddy? Apparently, a few Western educated Ghanaians had never heard the term in Africa....

The Price Of a Funeral

NTOABOMA—Some of you educated folks, especially those of you from abroad (Abrotsi) love to hate on what you call “Africa’s love for the dead.”...