Posts Tagged ‘egypt’

World’s Salvation is the Maligned Black Race Pt. 2

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

by H. Lewis Smith

USA policies are no different today, for African-Americans, than what they were 200 years ago or when the Ronald Reagan’s administration schemed to flood the black community with crack cocaine in order to fund his illegal war in Nicaragua. That one action completely destroyed millions of Black lives and presently still having a negative impact on African-Americans.

Reagan’s administration had other strategies in place… Continue reading

Removing the Veil from Black History Month

Friday, April 5th, 2013

by H. Lewis Smith

 SANKOFA: A West African word meaning to retrieve the past in order to live in the future.

February, the nationally-recognized, officially-designated month to observe, celebrate, and praise much of Black America’s achievements and contributions to weaving the fabric of the American civilization has come and gone. It seems that beyond this 28-day stretch, though, the significance of black history is likened to a barely-visible… Continue reading