Larry Madowo shares his encounter with racism in New York: Journalist Larry Madowo in an insightful piece shared on Thursday, June 4, opened up on his encounter with racism in New York.
Running while African In America: Racism and American Cultural Agendas: Kenyans are not racist, but they are tribal. This is a cultural fact that every Kenyan agrees with. This truth is not just true in the republic
Maria invites the audience on a journey of self- reflection as she shares her story on how dismantling her Kikuyu privilege in the face of racism taught her about the similarities of the privileged.
Many people in America are still tied by bondage of the past and unable to denounce the evils of society, lest they join their counterparts who were victimized before them while trying to arrive at the perfect union.
No matter how much human beings like to color coat human ills, data shows the truth about humanity. 95% of Black Americans vote for the democratic party. No issue can change that
On arrival in the United States, many black Africans feel out of place. Especially, if one arrives in a college where the majority race is white Anglo-Saxon, it is not easy. This feeling is compounded by constant reminder by the media…