“Douvan Jou Ka Leve:” a documentary’s look at Vodou, Christianity and mental illness in Haiti

Key to the development of “Douvan Jou Ka Leve” is the question of identity and whether the African people in Ayiti as a whole are experiencing an identity crisis, including ‘spiritually.’

Build the African Revolution in Leimert Park and South Central: The Marathon continues

Four blocks away from The Marathon Clothing store on Crenshaw Boulevard is what some have called “the New Black Harlem Renaissance.” 

Nick Cannon fired by white power for exposing colonialism

On July 16, 2020, comedian, actor, television and podcast host Nick Cannon made comments about white power for which the colonial media punished him. 

Beloved African actor Chadwick Boseman dies from colonial colon cancer at age 43

On August 28, 2020, the world lost an African icon. Actor, playwright and director Chadwick Boseman passed away after a four-year battle with colon cancer, a condition that disproportionately affects African (black) people.

Killer Mike and T.I. laud Atlanta’s African petty bourgeoisie—we need more African Internationalist emcees

Portions of Atlanta, Georgia went up in flames following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25.

The death of Naya Rivera and why African people need control of our own culture

On July 8, 2020, actress, singer and author Naya Rivera drowned in California’s Lake Piru after saving her four-year-old son. Rivera, who identified herself as “one-quarter [African], one-quarter German, and one-half Puerto Rican,” was best known for her role of Santana Lopez on the popular musical TV series “Glee.” 

Long Live Nicola! InPDUM Salutes the Life and Legacy of Comrade Nicola

“Nicola was so dedicated. She’s going to live on through all of us, who knew her, who love her and were able to share memories with her. She transitioned as a dedicated mother and revolutionary on Saturday, April 4, 2020, fighting for our people & I'm sure she wouldn’t have wanted to transition any other way.”

Building an independent African economy, one pie at a time – Uhuru Foods & Pies baked and sold 6,500 pies in three Party regions...

As part of the campaign to sell 10,000 Uhuru Pies, much work has happened to transform various aspects of the work to accommodate the higher volume of pies.

Black fashion meets Black Power in UZI Custom Clothing

UZI has a mission much greater than supplying the black community with the latest, most unique fashions (though it does that very well); UZI is an instrument of black community self determination.