How We’re Failing at Honoring the Black Woman

Trigger Warning: rape mention As a Black Woman, I relate to Zuko from the show Avatar: The Last Airbender. When he was a child,...

Steps Toward Independence: A Look at the NOI’s Past

“Do for self or suffer the consequences,” the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told Black America in his book Message to the Blackman in America, published in 1965.

Black Discrimination and anti-Blackness: A Thorn in the Flesh

Over the years, Nigeria and other African countries have been fighting the sting from racial discrimination. There's this stereotype that every Black man is inferior and should...

5 Must-Read Books by Black Authors

One of the most unique ways Black culture is conveyed is through books. Within the stories Black writers tell, you find our experiences, our ideas, our desires,...

A Riot is a Demonstration of the Unheard

What happens when a people are subjected to poverty, social injustices and being terrorized by the very peace officers who are supposed to protect them? You guessed...

Farrakhan Speaks: July 4 Message To The World

A global pandemic. Wars and rumors of war. Injustice and inequality. George Floyds and Oluwatoyin Salaus. The world needs the voice of God.