As we enter into the fifth day of the call to boycott the Nation Newspaper on the 26th, 27th and 28th of May 2017, I am going to move the focus to offer ideas on how the thinking of our youth can be improved and thus our school environments made safer and more conducive to academic and social development.
Editor, permit with teaching and research experience in West, Central, East and North Africa offering of some insights into the perceived impasse of home learning by people Rastafari and the Ministry of Education. As Rastafarians, we are intuitively guided by the words of H.I.M Haile Selassie 1.
Black hair is a touchy subject tied to beauty, identity and politics. Whether it’s Afros and black power or cornrows and hip-hop, hairstyles associated with African-American culture can make a statement before their wearers say a word. So when whites choose a traditionally black hairstyle such as dreadlocks, it adds another layer of complexity to the issue.
The Mt Pisgah Spiritual Baptist Church in Collaboration with the Pan African Collation of Organisations (PACO) Presents …. BLACK HISTORY MONTH …. A WEEK OF ACTIVITIES …… 14th to 21st February 2016 Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds.
To hell with perfection! To hell with whatever society’s image of “beauty” is and embrace what you’ve got. Gone are the days of my box gap, flat tummy and toned tush. Gone are the nights when I would binge eat anything I could get my hands on, only to end up hunched over the toilet trying to make myself vomit up the entire pizza I consumed (while running the shower…
By Emma Batha London — An Ethiopian woman whose terrifying ordeal of kidnap and rape at the hands of her would-be husband inspired Angelina Jolie’s new film Difret says she hopes her story will help end the tradition of child bride abductions. Difret, which is released in the United States on Friday, tells the story of Aberash Bekele who was put on trial for murder at the age of 14…
Recently, a post written by writer Zipporah Gene posed the question, “Can Black people culturally appropriate one another? The piece accused African Americans of committing cultural appropriation in the same way white people do. Needless to say, her piece has caused quite the stir on my Facebook timeline. Though well intentioned, she missed the mark tremendously. By asserting that Black people are guilty of the same appropriation that whites are,…
Nobel Laureate economist, John Harsanyi, said that “apart from economic payoffs, social status seems to be the most important incentive and motivating force of social behavior.” The more noticeable status disparities are, the more concerned with status people become.
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