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Who Is A Terrorist?

Who is a terrorist? Stop for a moment and think about this, seriously. When I write, “terrorist,” what images come to your mind? A dark-skinned, most likely Brown man of Middle Eastern descent? 1,170 more words

Dick Gregory

Dick Gregory

There was a time long ago when we sat at the feet of the griot who told us our story; he told the story of our lives and the legacy of the ancestors; noteworthy and not so important events; he spoke of leaders and he spoke of wars. 746 more words

African Americans

Amazon Featured Book-of-the-Week

Here’s this week’s Featured Book-of-the-Week available now on Amazon.com!

Kenny’s Summer

by Edward Going

(5 Stars – 8 Customer Reviews)

Price: $14.95

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Outskirts Press

When the African American wins By: Keiyla Rodriguez

When the African American choses to win

It’s easier to try and blame for why most don’t succeed then to actually try to succeed. The excuse is easier than the challenge. 799 more words

Slavery vs. the Holocaust: Why we should stop the 'struggle equation'

If you’ve spent any significant amount of time on the Internet, you’ve seen it – someone, somewhere opining about how endured years of hardship, yet have managed to achieve modern day success as a people. 932 more words


Crossroads: A Story Inspired By Robert Johnson

I held my guitar, strumming the strings to hear its cool twang echo bounce through the forest as I stepped up the moonlit dirt road. I thought I was pretty good. 740 more words


Do Black People Focus on Ancient Egypt Too Much?

At Sincere Ignorance ancient Egyptian history isn’t the only African history we showcase. We talk about Northeast African civilizations period and their ancient influence on the Minoans, Greeks and Romans. 36 more words