The African Market

the African market. Goods and services on offer from African people to other Africans and the world. For example can I open up an African business selling Luxury Yachts to other African people? Of course not. But If I was Greek, Asian, Jewish or Arab I could. Now this is a crazy example but it still makes the point. There is no luxury Yacht market for Africans. The few interested in such things are too small to create a market. Ok what about if I said African lego? or African apparel on the level of Nike or Guess? That seems more reasonable –but still you could never find an African market to sustain a company 1/100th the size of Guess

Black Panther Film: Who Owns it? Not Us

Some of us are proud to see a Black Panther film; a film depicting African culture in a positive light. But it is our job to ask some hard questions. Yes the revolution will be televised by African people or exploited by “the other”. Below are pictures of people involved in the film. Some of them (like every Black themed Hollywood film in recent years 12 years a slave, on and on) include owners and hired help. And the few “black faces” are only there to help mask this fact. I see not one Black Face on the owners board of Marvel or Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

The Art of Revolution: A Critical Review of African Liberation

Real revolutions happen in quiet spaces. A revolution is only a revolution if it remains functional and relevant to the prevailing conditions of those it intends to revolutionize. Just like a weather forecast is relevant if it can predicts storms, or a clock only if it keeps accurate time.

THE NEWS vs REALITY
Below is a sneak peek of this content! This is our upcoming article (Early Access) The danger with the news is we get so comfortable with it in our lives that we think that the news is a mirror of reality and what is going on in the world.... Read more
African Holocaust: Maafa

The word ‘Maafa’ is derived from a Kiswahili word meaning great tragedy. The term today collectively refers to the 500 hundred years of suffering of people of African heritage through Slavery, imperialism, colonialism, apartheid, rape, oppression, invasions and exploitation. The African Holocaust is a pan-African discourse on the global historical and contemporary genocide against the mental and physical health of African people.

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The African Market

the African market. Goods and services on offer from African people to other Africans and the world. For example can I open up an African business selling Luxury Yachts to other African people? Of course not. But If I was Greek, Asian, Jewish or Arab I could. Now this is a crazy example but it still makes the point. There is no luxury Yacht market for Africans. The few interested in such things are too small to create a market. Ok what about if I said African lego? or African apparel on the level of Nike or Guess? That seems more reasonable –but still you could never find an African market to sustain a company 1/100th the size of Guess

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White Supremacy

White Supremacy feeds on Black choices and self-hate. The relationship between the White liberal and the neo-con is that of the left hand and the right hand; connected to the same body and necessary for clapping for the continuation of white supremacy. Together the central system of white supremacy is adept at better managing. or manipulating, the world into spheres of white domination and sustaining hegemony over every aspect of the African world; from terminologies, to products, to politics, to Africa’s cultural and intellectual resources

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African Cultural Complex

Any study of African culture must take into account that Africa 5 minutes ago, 50 years ago, 500 years ago and Africa 5000 years ago is not a static feature. A diverse Africa has influenced, and been influenced. Concepts and cultures of African origin have been exported and re-imported, just as genes, ideas and technologies have exited and reentered African populations.

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