‘To Wipe out Blacks in South Africa, We Purposely Spread HIV/AIDS’ Apartheid-era Officer Admits.

A former member of a South African-based mercenary group revealed during a not-so-shocking confession that he and therefore the group...
Ex-Convicts

Holder Pushes States to Allow Ex-Convicts to Vote, Affecting 2.2 Million African-Americans

With 6 million people barred from voting due to current or past convictions, including 2.2 million African-Americans, U.S. Attorney General...

Fifty Years After Civil Rights Act Was Signed, Is America a Better Place?

It has been 50 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and they're certainly...
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Persistent Myths About Ancient Egypt You Will Never Look at The Same Again

Cleopatra Was Egyptian Cleopatra VII Philopator (69 B.C. – Aug. 12, 30 B.C.) is probably going the foremost well-known of all...

Photos Resurrect Story Of Black Work Camps During the Great Depression

DETROIT (AP) — A striking, sepia-toned picture recently acquired by the University of Michigan jumps out from the past. It...

The New Isis: How Mary Is Just The New Iteration Of Egyptian Goddess Isis

Catholics, until this day, maintains that Mary is rather honored not worshipped. One can always, at the apparent view, see...

The Original Trinity: An African Spiritual Doctrine

Triune nature of Godhood has been a reoccurring motif through antiquity in very many spiritualties. Though today, the very mention...
Stripper who fell from 15-ft pole, She Won't Go Back Again

Meet The Muse Brothers; The Horrifying Life of The Muse Twins

These are the Muse Brothers. Their names are George and Willie Muse. They were two albino brothers, the grandsons of...
The 3 Black Cowboys of The Wild West Probably Not Heard Of

The 3 Black Cowboys of The Wild West Probably Not Heard Of

The 3 Black Cowboys from the Wild West should not be a surprising headline. Following this article will open something...

The Atrocities Of Leopold: How Leopold Of Belgium Enslaved And Killed Million Of Congolese

    From 1807 onwards, Great Britain abolished the sale and ownership of slaves within her empire, and several other European nations...