As America and the world erupts over the death of George Floyd, a Black man who was murdered in Minneapolis, MN by former police officer Derek Chauvin, Black people are taking to social media to call for...
This article was also published in Rise Magazine, a publication out of Atlanta, GA. The entire world has exploded after the murder of George Floyd, and others, at the hands of police. This is...
Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have produced some of our most well-known leaders in America. Lately, I have been curious about the future of farming at HBCUs. Surely HBCUs produce programs and degrees related to agriculture,...
It is no secret that there is a strong Christian presence within the black community. Our sojourn in America has had a great impact on our spirituality, traditions, and beliefs. As we were brought in the Western...
The Farrakhan Twitter army is a cadre of people who use Twitter as a way to defend and promote the Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. The army has opened...
We all have something that we are passionate about. Whether it is a personal inspiration, someone you hold dearly, a principle that you feel should not be infringed upon, or a necessity in your community that you...
You’re on Instagram scrolling through the usual mess that is your timeline when something of relevance catches your eye. Maybe it’s a video of our criminal justice system failing to actually enact justice, a...
Note: This article was originally published on August 11, 2018 at Theeverythinger.me . We received permission from the founder to repost it onto our website. Please visit the website and support their efforts! The...
Often within our community, we see black women involved in unhealthy yet normalized relationships. Black women are taught to withstand disrespect, abuse, mistreatment, infidelity and lies all in the name of “love”. Some believe that it is...
Nigeria isn’t suffering because of bad leadership. No, this is certainly not a line from Soyinka’s Elegy for the Nation, but it’s a fact. Times are bad and things are tough. Every Nigerian now has a common...

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