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Empowerment Requires Unaccustomed Unity
February 7, 2019
Talking about Black unity has fallen out of favor, but the need for unity is as great, if not greater, than ever. Black unity is a perquisite for sustainable change, but it has become a dust-covered relic.  Bastardized remnants remain, but are found mostly in venues that do not advance our collective interest.  Blacks continue to emulate Whites' individualistic and materialistic values without commensurate benefits.  Nonetheless, unity is essential for effectively working with each other and others. ... read more »
Gleaning Marcus Garvey’s Lessons in Struggle:
 Questioning, Organizing and Liberating Ourselves
August 2, 2018
The Honorable Marcus Garvey (August 17, 1887—June 10, 1940) stands as a model and a monument of African liberational thought and practice and the human possibilities inherent it.  And thus, his life and work offer abundant lessons for us. He emerges in a time of triumphant European imperialism—Europe's political, economic and cultural hegemony throughout the world. He travels the world and sees Black people everywhere in various forms of domination, certainly less achieved than they could be and less assertive on the world stage than their ancient and glorious history demanded of them. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Khallifah Rosser
November 16, 2017
Whether he competes in indoor or outdoor track competitions, Cal State L.A. senior sprinter Khallifah Rosser has proven to be a top-notch competitor. ... read more »
INSTITUTE OF THE BLACK WORLD 21st CENTURY CONFERENCE
December 29, 2016
Declaration of Intent and Call to Action ... read more »
Former First Lady of Two African Nations, Graça Machel Launches New Women’s Network
September 28, 2016
Graça Machel, the former first lady of two African nations, recently established a first of its kind Pan African Women in Media Network (WIMN). ... read more »
African Union Unveils New Pan-African Passport
July 19, 2016
National leaders at the African Union summit held in Kigali, Rwanda, last week were presented with a prototype of the long-awaited Pan-African passport. ... read more »
SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN’S DAY HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR MORE CHANGE
August 12, 2015
Recognition of the indispensable role played by women in defeating apartheid was the focus of countless speeches, film showings and even fashion shows as the country paused this week for National Women’s Day, ... read more »
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