What is the African Manifesto

African Manifesto

The word African specifically relates to the indigenous people of the African continent and their descents in the Diaspora ( Caribbean , Americas , Arabia , etc). The race-nationality model such as that currently employed by African-American, African-Brazilian and African-Caribbean communities more accurately describes the identity whilst fully articulating the history and geopolitical reality.

The miscellaneous usage of the label 'Black' within this site reflects its contemporary use as a means to denote a specific

sociocultural and political context. It is recognized as a colloquial term that was fashioned as a reactionary concept to derogatory racial epithets in the 1960's. It is offensive when used as a racial classification code word to denote African people. Other such denigrating terminology when made in reference to African culture, heritage or identity are 'Tribe', 'Sub-Saharan Africa', or 'black Africa '.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Empowering the Next Generation of African Start-ups and Entrepreneurs


What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution mean to you? Do you fear robots or self-driving cars taking your job, or do you embrace the blockchain, 3D-Printing or any other fast-developing technology as an opportunity to create a business, leapfrog the competition or build a fairer, more equal society?

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

White Scientist Says The Black Community Is Being Targeted By The Medical System, They Are Deliberately Being Poisoned [Video]

A scientist who goes by the name Mike Adams, “The Health Ranger has broken the cardinal rule when it comes to snitching. He is literally exposing white America paticularly the Medical Industry and the hate they have for black America today.

You think blacks are killing blacks because they just hate each other? No, they are being poisoned and mentally conditioned to kill be angry and hate each other. In certain demographics most often impoverished black neighborhoods, blacks are being misdiagnosed with all types of disease and are literally being treated with toxic treatments.

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Thursday, June 9, 2016

2Pac and Africa

Unlike some of the other artists that were mentioned, Tupac expressed a rather limited interest in Africa. He occasionally mentioned South Africa and dedicated a poem titled “Just a Breath of Freedom” to Nelson Mandela. Beyond that, Tupac was not as interested in African affairs in the way other Diaspora artists such as Bob Marley and Peter Tosh were. More so than any other American rapper, however, Tupac was able to connect to Africa.

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