Editorials

When we were kings, teachers, doctors, master technicians Published July 16, 2016

When Black people turn on Black people, all the power is lost and others infiltrate and conquer. That is what caused the demise of global African economical power. To rise, Africans must unite financially to regain strength and respect globally.…

Does a black cop think of himself as a house negro taught to rat out his black brother? Published July 11, 2016

During the racial riots in Baton Rouge, LA, Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson was unlawfully arrested to remove him from the masses because his presence fueled the persistence. It's the old battle rule of killing the leader to demoralize…

Ayesha Curry lost her mind and accused NBA of 'fixing' the game Published June 17, 2016

Steph may need to get his man pants on and take some control of his wife's yapping. Her ghetto bitch face is starting to show and it doesn't fit well with the all righteous, prim and proper Curry family. [adinsert1/]…

Things You Should Know About The Dreaded Zika Virus: It has Been Compared To Ebola Published January 26, 2016

A medical report indicates the Zika virus isn’t fatal, but researchers working to find a vaccine, have likened the experience to that of the Ebola virus. The virus’ symptoms include rashes, fever, headaches, pain behind the eyes, and joint pain.…

Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival 2016 has been cancelled due to years of non-profit Published January 3, 2016

Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival 2016 has been cancelled, according to a statement from organisers. The release was posted on the event’s website but gave no reason for the cancellation. This year’s show was held at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium…

Grace Jerk Fest serves up fun and flavour Published July 28, 2015

The time-honoured culinary tradition of jerk was richly celebrated in Queens, New York on July 19, as thousands of patrons descended on Roy Wilkins Park to indulge their palates and enjoy quality entertainment at the annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival.…

Reggae Dancehall Revolución in Colombia Published July 28, 2015

Cumbia and champeta are some of the rhythms that come to mind when people think of music in Colombia. Nowadays, however, reggae and dancehall are also becoming familiar sounds for many Colombians. While dancehall can now be heard across the…
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