South Africa has the biggest HIV epidemic in the world, with 7.7 million people living with HIV. HIV prevalence among the general population is high at 20.4%. Hmmm.... Not by accident! SG64 In some communities of KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa, 60 percent of women have HIV. Nearly 4,500 South Africans are newly infected every week; one-third are adolescent girls/young… Continue reading Largest HIV Epidemic in Crisis: HIV in South Africa
Ancient Black pharaohs were considered to be both divine deities as well as mortal rulers. Throughout the 30+ dynasties in ancient Egyptian history, it is speculated that some 170 or more rulers reigned over the great land of Egypt during a three thousand year time span. The throne of Egypt was primarily intended to be… Continue reading The Ancient Black Pharaohs!
In ancient Egyptian times, men had most of the power. And even though it was part of the Royal Wife’s duty to produce as many heirs as possible, sometimes she achieved co-regency and ruled the land. Many people can name Nefertiti and Cleopatra as ruling queens of Egypt from the past, but in fact, there… Continue reading Queens of Kemet!
people forget who started the world or humanity,they forget that women of Ancient Alkebulan/Africa/kemet are the women who made it possible for all of us to exist today. They were considered the most beautiful women in the world. Up to maybe a thousand years ago every woman on the planet wanted to look like them,be… Continue reading Indigenous Women: You helped start Humanity!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-y0KoC3UUM0 By Josie Pickens Black Wall Street and the Destruction of an Institution Black Wall Street was in Greenwood, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa, was the type of community that African Americans are still, today, attempting to reclaim and rebuild. Black Wall Street was modern, majestic, sophisticated and unapologetically Black. Tragically, it was also the… Continue reading After Black Wall Street!We STILL had the desire to Succeed!