Anytime Africans decide to regulate and protect their lives, you can expect this type of response-The Negro Act of 1740. This act was a response to the Stono Rebellion a few months before the passage of this bill.
Open mic tonight on the Black Reality Think Tank as we discuss the state of the world March 2020 and how it relates to African people globally.
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By oshi427ade — 2 years ago
Jamaican filmmaker creates a documentary on Slavery, Reparations, and Repatriation in Jamaica. The name of the film is “The Price of Memory.” She will be a guest on the Black Reality Think Tank Tuesday 11/20 at 8pm eastern time.
The film is available for viewing for a limited time at no cost for Black Reality Think Tank listeners prior to tomorrow’s broadcast.
By blackreality — 1 year ago
Our guest is an enterprising community activist who has been engaged for many years in the quest to bring enlightenment and support on the subject of trauma for African communities throughout her immediate area. Her name is Ms. Bonissia Ayan from Greensboro, North Carolina She works personally with individuals and groups who desire clarity on this subject. She will share her experience in this conversation.Post Views: 843
By blackreality — 6 months ago
The world is in crisis, and everywhere there are wars and rumors of wars, promises and mockeries, bombardments and political parties that fight each other.
It is absurd to suppose that we can depart from this social chaos with all of its fights and miseries, if indeed, we as Africans cannot resolve ourselves to perform a radical and definitive change NOW! So the question becomes “BLACK FOLK WHAT YALL GONE DO?”
Are we prepared? Investigative journalists, whistleblowers, and natural health practitioners are speaking out and sounding the alarm.
The Black Reality Think Tank will address these issues and solutions. Our guests will be Chief Lance Jones and Emanuel El, owner of Live Alkaline Water. The program will be hosted by Sis. Boniswa Ayan and Dr. William Rogers.Post Views: 962