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Posted by The Reunion Black Family on January 28, 2020 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (0)
HOW IMPORTANT WAS THE AFRIKAN BLOOD CONGO COLONY FOR THE PARASITIC BELGIUM ECONOMY ? It was quite important for the economy in its post-WWII devastation What many don�??t know is that the West absolutely owes the DRC for the Allied victory in WWII. Without renewed slave labor, there have been no rubber, no uranium and a much more difficult East Africa campaign. 800,000 tonnes of copper were extracted. The Congolese Franc was coupled to the pound Sterling. While the forced labor and mi... Read Full Post »

Elombe Brath Legacy

Posted by sjaugu on June 22, 2016 at 9:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Elombe Brath Legacy 


Sept 30, 1936 - May 19, 2014


In today's contemporary world, Africans everywhere (those at home and abroad) are bombarded with so m...

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Forty Years After Angolan´s Independency An Ancestral Spirit Appears In An Abandoned Colonial Mansion.Luanda(Angola).

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on March 13, 2016 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

I am not a demon. Who am I?

 Forty years after Angolan´s independency an ancestral spirit appears in an abandoned colonial mansion, in the metropolitan city center of ‪Luanda‬ (‪Angola‬.The defamation of the african religion during colonialism disconnected most Angolans from their ancestors. Because its people now live life through Christianity its appearance is confused as a manifest...

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Do you remember Arthur Wharton - the world's first black professional footballer?

Posted by Colin Joseph on December 1, 2015 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (1)

By Colin Joseph


It is over one hundred years since Arthur Wharton, the world’s first black professional footballer (born in Ghana) astounded English crowds with his goalkeeping and football skills.


Whether Arthur Wharton (also respected as an athlete and cricketer) could have continued as a coach or even a manager in England after seeing out his playing career at Stockport County (1901-02) is likely to be seen as a bridge too far by many. Aft...

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African History Month365 Concepts

Posted by sjaugu on February 19, 2015 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (0)



Negro History Week was initiated by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926. His goal was enlightening the descendants of slavery  to their history that had been neglected, resulting in him creating a Negro History Week in February 1926. At first, he was met with a lukewarm response. Dr. Carter worked diligently for over twen...

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Before Columbus..How Africans Brought Civilization to America

Posted by sjaugu on October 22, 2014 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (4)


Introduction :

" The great ancient civilizations of Egypt and West Africa traveled to the Americas, contributing immensely to early American civilization by importing the art of pyramid building, political systems and religious practices as well as mathematics, writing and a sophisticated calendar." --Before Columbus: How Africans Brought Ci...

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A Case for an African Independence Month

Posted by sjaugu on July 8, 2014 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (0)

African history month is 24 - 7, constituting every day, week and month in the year. And each MONTH will have a different theme


The theme for July 2014 is African Independence Month. To set the scenario, let us go back to the 17th century around  the time African slaves were be...

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How Argentina "Eliminated Africans From Its History And Conscience.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on June 19, 2014 at 3:00 AM Comments comments (1)

Blackout: How Argentina ‘Eliminated’ Africans From Its History And Conscience.

Tens of millions of black Africans were forcibly removed from their homelands from the 16th century to the 19th century to toil on the plantations and farms of the New World. This so-called “Middle Passage” accounted for one of the greatest forced migrations of people in human history, as well as one of the gr...

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African Memorial Month

Posted by sjaugu on May 15, 2014 at 10:50 AM Comments comments (0)

The African History Month (AHM) is a twelve (12) month event, i.e., (year round). Each month will honor different historical topics, cultural activities, outstanding accomplishments and noteworthy individuals who have affected the global African communities worldwide, from the African perspective. AHM is d...

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April Fool's Day

Posted by sjaugu on April 17, 2014 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (0)

White History is Nothing BUT a Huge April Fools' Joke

April 1st of every year is celebrated in the western cultures around the world as April Fools’ Day. The day is filled with hoaxes and an assortment of jokes with various degrees of sophistication that is played on friends, family members, teachers, neighbors, kids, teenagers, senior citizens, and work associates. Most of the time, it is done in good taste, and everyone gets a hardy laugh. Although it’s not a national holi...

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100 things that you did not know about Africa.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on March 2, 2014 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (6)

100 things that you did not know about Africa.

1. The human race is of African origin. The oldest known skeletal remains of anatomically modern humans (or homo sapiens) were excavated at sites in East Africa. Human remains were discovered at Omo in Ethiopia that were dated at 195,000 years old, the oldest known in the world.


2. Skeletons of pre-humans have been found in Africa that date back betwe...

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A Case for an African History Month

Posted by African History Month on January 9, 2014 at 8:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Dear African Communities,

2014 is the year a global coalition of African and African-American groups are collaborating to honor their respective celebrations from all the different African communities worldwide and consolidating these events into one forum. This is a normal process undertaken by all other ethnic groups who celebrate their documented history and accomplishments. It is imperative that Africans rewrite their history, starting from the beginning of time to the present, so ...

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We Did Not Sell Each Other Into Slavery

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on December 3, 2013 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (50)

The single most effective White propaganda assertion that continues to make it very difficult for us to reconstruct the African social systems of mutual trust broken down by U.S. Slavery is the statement, unqualified, that, "We sold each other into slavery." Most of us have accepted this statement as true at its face value. It implies that parents sold their children into slavery to Whites, husbands sold their wives, even brothers and sisters selling each other to the Whites. It continues to ...

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Brazil Census Shows African-Brazilians In The Majority .

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on November 10, 2013 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (1)

Brazil census shows African-Brazilians in the majority for the first time

Preliminary results show 50.7% of Brazilians now define themselves as black or mixed race compared with 47.7% whites.

For the first time since records began black and mixed race people form the majority of Brazil's population, the country's latest census has confirmed.


Preliminary results from the 2010 census, rel...

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Celebrate Akoma Day... Not Valentine's Day

Posted by Akoma House Initiative on December 19, 2012 at 10:15 PM Comments comments (2)

Original People! Stop celebrating St Valentine (who we don’t know at all), and celebrate black love through Akoma Day!  What is love?  What is Valentine’s Day? Most importantly what is it’s relevance to black people.   We are a people who epitomize love in all its forms; love of god, love of self and love of others. However, we have sadly lost the proper cultural context in which we do most things. The celebration of Love amongst any people is wise, especia...

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Posted by The Reunion Black Family on October 1, 2012 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Please family, read these documents carefully. They tend to be long because you need to have information and information is power. Take your time to read these documents. Send all documents I send you to all Africans and Blacks you can reach th

rough social media groups, blogs, e-mails and so on. We love you very much and we are in this together. Time for action has come for our race. We have talked and talked enough at conferences and at home about our pains. Every African receiving d...

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It's Amazing How We All Sit And Watching Ourself Die!

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on August 8, 2012 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (1)

So I got this in my email this morning…

They call the Third World the lazy man’s purview; the sluggishly slothful and languorous prefecture. In this realm people are sleepy, dreamy, torpid, lethargic, and therefore indigent—totally penniless, needy, destitute, poverty-stricken, disfavored, and impoverished. In this demesne, as they call it, there are hardly any discoveries, inv...

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Kwame Nkrumah's diary goes home on the 40th anniversary of his death

Posted by Storymama on May 3, 2012 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (1)

Kwame Nkrumah's diarygoes home on the 40th anniversary of his death

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvaniaorders the release of President Nkrumah's diary to his daughter, the HonorableSamia Yaba Nkrumah, M.P.


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The Dogon Tribe Of Mali West Africa,The Nommos and The Sirius Stars

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on February 7, 2012 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (6)

Far off in the brush of the West Africa there lives a tribe of people that have stirred up a lot of interest in their mythology. The Dogon, from Mali, have some interesting beliefs, elaborate rituals and myths. They believe that they are descended from ancient Egyptians and their story goes back further than 50,000 years.Their stories contain actual facts about the solar system and ancient history.


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Scientific Medicine In Pre Colonial Uganda

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That scientific research and medical practice did exist in pre colonial Africa, and present day Uganda at that, baffles many- not only Euro-centric skeptics, but also their wannabe African cousins as well. What is even more remarkable is that evidence of this rare feat is recorded, not by Africans, but by Europeans! L...

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