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Re-Education

Presidents Day: This Was The First Black Candidate for U.S. President

America's first Black candidate for U.S. President, George Edwin Taylor, is the subject of the recent book "For Labor, Race, and Liberty: George Edwin Taylor, His Historic Run for the White House, and the Making of Independent Black Politics"
Posted On 15 Feb 2016

Powernomics

How to Dominate Business Ownership Where Blacks Are the Majority

Why do Arabs, Europeans, and Asians dominate business ownership in Black communities, and what can we do about it? If we are to create new Black economic zones that translate into more political power, better education for our children, and stronger villages, we must answer this...
Posted On 05 Jul 2015

Health and Wellness

The 3 Deadly Venoms of the Black Diet

A nation can only be as strong as the people that make up that nation. Despite being genetically superior to all other races, the African Diaspora has fallen victim to cancer, disease, and preventable illness at rates exponentially higher than any other group. We know that this...
Posted On 19 Oct 2015

Motivation

The Crook and The Flail: Black Leadership Lessons from Ancient Kemet

What does it take to be an effective leader in the Black Community? If you ever have or ever will find yourself leading a family, an organization, or a business, look to the example set by your ancestors. The first leaders of Egypt – properly called Kemet – were not...
Posted On 09 Oct 2015