Let’s have a fruitful Kwanzaa!
We must unify and collectively work together in order to build and maintain our communities, make our sisters’ and brothers’ problems our problems and solve them together. We must be self-determining and responsible for our acts and our reactions: Umoja, Kujichagulia and Ujima.
Bay Area Black doctor plans to repatriate to South Africa
I talked to a future repatriate, my comrade Dr. Chris Zamani, about his recent trip to South Africa in search of a homeland and a place for him to stick his flag. I talked to him about some of the factors that he has to consider in order to prepare to make that move. He has a very interesting outlook on history and life that is driving his decision to want to leave the U.S., and I wanted to share this ongoing conversation that we have been having with each other for the last few years. Check out Dr. Zamani in his own words ...
‘Without the King’: Meet the director, Michael Skolnik
When my 4-year-old daughter watched the film, she told me she did not think it was right for the royal family to be so rich while the regular people have to drink water out of puddles on the ground.