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Showing posts with label Europeans. Show all posts

Pan-African Identity

By Sicebise Msengana









"Black, or Blackness, tells you how you look without telling you who you are, whereas Africa, or Africans, relates you to land, history, and culture"– John Hendrik Clarke

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.

RACISM/ WHITE SUPREMACY EXPLAINED

By Sicebise Msengana







It is not an attitude or some emotion, but a way of life for the masses of white folks. Yet, some naive folks, especially African Americans ( Hebrew Israelites and Indigenous Black American Indian cults) believe that a white supremacist named Adolf Hitler was a friend of Africans globally.

HARPEVILLE MASSACRE: Robert Sobukwe

By Sicebise Msengana






S A SCHOLAR and REVOLUTIONARY leader so POWERFUL, INTELLIGENT, ELOQUENT and CHARISMTIC that the European colonists chose to negotiate with Nelson Mandela over him. The mastermind behind the 21 March 1960 march.

SHARPEVILLE MASSACRE

By Sicebise Msengana






21 March 2018, the 57th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre, what can be learned on this day? UNITY!

SHARPEVILLE MASSACRE


  • By Sicebise Msengana







: A lot of our people think that apartheid (racism) is white policemen going around and killing people. And then they clap hands and say, "Apartheid will never happen again!"

RACIST HOLLYWOOD STEREOTYPES AND WHITE SAVIOUR COMPLEXES

By Sicebise Msengana









 I watched this movie, but it was too boring and predictable. The central theme -- Tarzan (and Jane) and the Apes.