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Uhuru Kijiji Childcare Collective solves lack of childcare for African women

UKCC is designed to engage, organize, and empower the entire African community to reassume responsibility for creating a new society for ourselves, our families, our community and to fulfill our historic mission to be a free and independent self-governing people.

Small Axe analyzes colonial oppression of Africans in England, Uhuru Movement has the solution

Small Axe is about resistance. Small acts of resistance.

Jean-Jacques Dessalines’ 1805 Constitution of Hayti: the progressive and anti-oppressive character of the African nation

Dessalines’ revolutionary politic was far ahead of his time. His leadership inspired the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), who, along with Dessalines, inspired the most remarkable leader of our time, Chairman of the African Socialist International (ASI), Omali Yeshitela.

Historical basis of the African nation state

The nation cannot be defined by measuring itself against itself. If there is no “other,” there is no logic for the “nation.”

New Playstation and Xbox Release, Africans Demand Self-Determination in Gaming

Colonialism in the gaming industry will not be resolved through more integration.

“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.

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