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In July of 2020, Ice Cube stirred the political pot with his bold initiative, beckoning politicians to pledge their commitment to his visionary “Contract with Black America.” This groundbreaking document delineated 13 crucial areas for reform, spanning from police and prison reform to equitable access to banking services. With a resounding declaration, the contract underscored […]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as a powerful tool with the potential to reshape industries, improve efficiency, and enhance decision-making processes. However, one of the most compelling aspects of AI is its capacity to transcend biases that have long plagued human society, including racial discrimination. Unlike human beings, AI systems are not inherently biased, and […]

In the realm of social justice and community empowerment, few voices resonate as strongly as that of Georgia State recording artist, Killer Mike. Beyond his prowess in music, Killer Mike is renowned for his activism and advocacy, particularly within the Black community. Recently, he proposed a groundbreaking solution to address a pressing issue plaguing many […]

In Africa’s dynamic industrial, innovation and creative evolution landscapes, safeguarding intellectual property (IP) rights emerges as a critical imperative. From the vibrant markets of Nairobi to the burgeoning tech hubs of Kigali, the need to protect original ideas, creations, and innovations is paramount. Yet, awareness of IP rights, particularly among young creatives and innovators, remains […]

At the crossroads of Botswana, Zimbabwe, and South Africa, Mapungubwe National Park stands as a testament to centuries of cultural and historical richness. Positioned within South Africa’s Limpopo Province, this national park safeguards the remnants of Mapungubwe Hill, once the thriving capital of the ancient Kingdom of Mapungubwe, alongside its diverse wildlife and lush riverine […]

Wangechi Mutu stands as a prominent figure in the contemporary art scene, weaving a narrative that spans continents and cultures through her diverse artistic expressions. Born in Kenya, Mutu’s artistic journey has taken her from the vibrant landscapes of her homeland to the bustling artistic hub of New York City, where she has called home […]

In the midst of the rallying call for reparations, Black History Month in 2024 takes on renewed significance as a pivotal moment for reflection, education, and advocacy. This annual observance, which traditionally occurs in February, serves as a dedicated time to celebrate the achievements, contributions, and resilience of the African American community throughout history. However, […]

The Maasai community, renowned for their rich cultural heritage and distinct way of life, beckons exploration beyond the surface.The Maasai are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania, near the African Great Lakes region. The Maasai speak the Maa language, a member of the Nilotic language family that is […]

The awards season is finally here and the debate continues on who is the better theatrical performer among many talented acts especially thosed casted for the same roles. In Steven Spielberg classic, color purple, the character of the main antagonist, Albert ‘mister’ Johnson is portrayed by Danny Glover born July 22 in 1946 in San […]

In an outlandish encounter during her visit to Nairobi, Kelis, the renowned American R&B singer and chef, found herself immersed in the complex dance of pedestrian safety in Kenya. Famed for her hit song “Milkshake,” Kelis was on a tour that took her to the bustling streets of Nairobi along Moi avenue, where she discovered […]

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