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Just middle

The Police did not like Dudley Law because he was connected to the people, to them he was too powerful. The emerging Black middle...

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson almost wrote a Psalm but he was heavily persecuted; so he could not got it out before he died, Bob Marley wrote...

Ship at sea

In the blackness of night, though surounder by his enemy this valiant soldier jump into the deep waters to save his drowning brethren, though he...

A Tribute To Marcus Garvey

The struggles of the early time were characterized by courage, bravery, and even heroism and today many of us regret that so many of...

The Teaching Of Amenemope

Instructing his son in uprightness and honesty in governmental positions of trust, this African teacher called by many the “son of man” and by...

Ikhnaton, Pharaoh of Egypt

The teachings of Amenemope were slowly losing their hold on the Egyptian mind when, through the influence of an Egyptian physician, a woman of...

This is no religion

Some one asked me, some times ago, what religion I belong to; I simply said: I do not have religion as you may know...

The stereo that shook the earth

This is what I saw in this world. A machine that is used to determine those that are innocent, and those that are guilty. The...

Aids is a chemical reaction

Everything about aids testify that it came from a lab; big disease like aids does not come sudden. Primary diseases always have a secondary...

Moses

Despite the enticements of the culture of the Nile kingdom, Moses elected to cast his lot with the people of his father. His mother...

Definding the time

The Battle of Adowa

When one thinks of Menelik II what immediately comes to mind is Ethiopia’s great victory over Italy at Adowa in 1896. But, as all...

Who build the bridge

There were once two villages that stood adjacent to each other separated by a deep ravines, in a certain kingdom. Each village had about...

The Haiti Revolution

Saint-Domingue, today Haiti, was once the wealthiest in the Caribbean. In 1789, with about 528,000 African laborer, with 30,000 European rulers. And in 1791...