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Showing posts with label African. Show all posts

Race Conscious Women: Betty Shabazz

By Sicebise Msengana








Betty Shabazz is known as the wife of the African nationalist leader, Malcolm X. She was born Betty Dean Sanders on May 28, 1934 in Detroit. She studied at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.

Race Conscious Women: Winnie Madikizela Mandela

By Sicebise Msengana









It's worthy to start with Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela. No woman endured suffering and humiliation at the hands of the white man in modern history like Mama Mandela. She was born in Bizana, in the Transkei on 26 September 1936. Her first experience of the cruelties and injustices of racism/apartheid was when she was only 9 years.

CULTURAL APPROPRIATE OR GENUINE INTEREST

By Sicebise Msengana








In my activism, I've came across questions like "Why do you hate white people"? or "You're a hater!" If calling out white folks for their part in oppressing and exploiting my people makes me a hateful racist, so be it.

My Xhosa Origins

By Sicebise Msengana






NdinguSinNTU, a proud descendant of the oldest people on the planet, the San - a direct ancestor of Xhosa (The Legendary founder of the Xhosa nation) and a history that spans more than 140, 000 years.

RACIST HOLLYWOOD STEREOTYPES

By Sicebise Msengana









It's very important for Africans to monitor what their children watch on television.

“Groundings with My Daughters”. Mentacide: and Other Essays

By Sicebise Msengana


Baruti, Mwalimu K. Bomani. “Groundings with My Daughters”. Mentacide: and Other Essays. Atlanta,    GA: Akoben House. 2005
Young sisters, you must think deeply about the way of our ancestors. Those of ancient Nubia, Kemet, and the rest of our motherland surpassed all others in their wisdom and humanity. They are the ones who warned us about committing treason against the culture and tradition that make us Afrikan, lest we destroy ourselves. Remember, there is no separation of the past and present, no divide between ourstorical interpretation and contemporary reality. 

AFRICAN FOOD AND DRINKS

By Sicebise Msengana
Photo credit: Sicebise Msengana









Various cuisines or dishes of Africa use a combination of indigenous fruits, cereal grains and vegetables, as well as milk and meat products. Most dishes are traditional.

POSITIVE IMAGES OF AFRICAN MEN

By Sicebise Msengana

Africa is the most diverse continent on on the planet. We have thousands of more than 3000 ethnic groups speaking more than 2000 languages and residing in 54 countries.

NOT ONLY ZUMA MUST GO BUT THE ENTIRE ANC LED GOVERNMENT AND ITS CAPITALIST BOSSES MUST FALL: WE REJECT BOTH EAST AND WEST IMPERIALISM






Edward Mitole


The entire psychopathic bourgeois media and its owners have rallied in a desperate attempt to rally the working class into supporting their intra-class fractional battle. The exploited class is opportunistically drawn to fight in an intra-class battle of its exploiter, a battle for who can better exploit.

The downfall of Mbeki: The hidden truth











John Pilger

The political rupture in South Africa is being presented in the outside world as the personal tragedy and humiliation of one man, Thabo Mbeki. It is reminiscent of the beatification of Nelson Mandela at the death of apartheid.

White Scams Part 4: DEADLY GAMES

By Sicebise Msengana







Hey Becky watch your filthy mouth about Black women!

When Black men lack self-control & are throughly brainwashed, they're set up for DESTRUCTION & GENOCIDE!

As an African man, I don't think it is a wise thing for brothas to sit idle & not protect the image of Black women. Why? Your DIGNITY & MANHOOD depends on how Black women are treated.

As long as Black women are DEGRADED, BASHED & UNPROTECTED, you won't make it in this existing political & economic system. To compete with European and Asian males, Black men need to build economic power, political clout and control all industries with Black women.

African Mahood Part 5

By Sicebise Msengana











The African man: There is no long set of rules or or tell him how to be a man; it's already there inside him. Just step back, show him respect, and let him be in charge of his life and family.

Anti-African Manhood Racism in Black America Part 1

By Sicebise Msengana










Okay, we get you hate Black men. There's no need to lump us all with inferior minded Black men.  There are two things to be learned from this typical response:

 (a) Prejudice in the Black community is instrumental in other people taking advantage of Africans everywhere, they may be.

African Manhood Part III: Xhosa Men

By Sicebise Msengana










Sacrifice is part of Afrikan manhood. We sacrifice ourselves for those we love.  Afrikan men practice love to Afrikan women by supporting Black families and providing leadership.