December 06, 2015

Journalist Les Lester

As a freelance journalist I have the autonomy to dig-up facts the general media often turn a blind eye to. The primary source findings on my blog, here, show conclusively that America is not living up to its mantra of "freedom and justice for all." Modern artistic depictions of classical Black cultures such as the Minoans, Etruscans, Egyptians, and others reveal institutional complicity in the cover up of the epic saga of Black civilizations. It is time now to merge the full story of Black history with world history--to do anything less is to ensure the continued second-fiddle existence of our children. Furthermore, full diffusion of our classic narrative will strengthen our esprit de corps, lessening the high crime rates in our communities, as our youth emerge with a fuller legacy to draw from.

July 24, 2015

Runoko: Expanding Our Geo-Cognitive Map

In under ten mins you will learn more about yourself than school will ever teach in ten yrs <3

Posted by Black Love is Black Power on Thursday, July 9, 2015
Video takes a moment to upload, sometimes; it's worth the pause.

June 09, 2015

We Must Protest the King Tut Mini Series

The real King Tut, from his throne back rest. This fallacious Eurocentric movie characterization of King Tut is unconscionable. It is set to air on July 19, 2015 via Spike TV. Please direct complaints to the FCC and your local cable providers.

May 04, 2015

The Minoans, Black Aegean Cruise

A perusal of this blog indicates that world history, as we know it, should be revamped to ensure that all students get the truth about history and not the fallacies that have come to represent the current narrative. The Minoans, who fostered Greek civilization, are just one of the many Black cultures that have been obscured under Western colonialism. The Etruscans preceded Rome, in Italy. And the Middle East could well be called Northeast Africa, as all of the so-called Middle East was populated by Blacks prior to later admixtures. Egyptians, Assyrians, Akkadians, Ethiopians, and the Minoans, among others, comprised a trading block that represented the premier cultures of the pre-Eurocentric world.----- Link

April 02, 2015

Senegal's African Renaissance Monument

There's a language in art. Sometimes it's codified. But more often than not the pure beauty of a piece communicates simply because it's there. That's how I feel about Senegal's colossal African Renaissance Monument--it's breathtaking. Imagine waking up to that on your skyline each day. Lauded by some; minimized by others, it gets a thumbs up in these quarters.