Source: PickPik All Lives Matter. White Lives Matter Asian Lives Matter Arab Lives Matter Indigenous Lives Matter Black Lives Matter Black Women Matter Black Men Matter Too! In racialised societies especially in those where White Men are dominant at the top of the pecking order, Black People generally have worse outcomes in longevity and income … Continue reading all lives matter. Black Men Must Matter Too.
Will the liberation from colonialism and the end of apartheid have been of no use? Certainly not. But we have a huge job ahead of us. The fate of Africa is in our hands. Collectively. We will do what we want with it, provided that a new awareness of our destiny in the world is raised. At the pace at which this world goes, and the way it treats us, one thing is clear. We will have to do everything and give everything so that no African or person of African descent is treated as a foreigner in Africa.
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Nigerians have to choose between 2 candidates for its 2019 presidential elections. They would do best to elect the candidate that prioritises social welfare programs for its poor.
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Bashorun J.K Randle image via aquilacapitalltd.com Here we are in the White House, arguably the most powerful institution in the entire world. President Barack Obama walks into the room and quickly makes his point – he is tied up in the preparation for the G20 in Los Cabos Summit 2012 in Mexico, right on the … Continue reading FREEDOM OF MISINFORMATION [DOWN WITH THE NEXT PRESIDENT, WHOEVER HE MAY BE]
Bashorun J.K Randle image via jkrandleandco.uk The iconic English artist Damien Hirst offers no apologies for the grotesqueness of his paintings, sculptures and whatever comes into his head or is the product of his hands (or indeed other parts of his anatomy). He relishes whatever outrage his art provokes. As far as … Continue reading FREEDOM OF MISINFORMATION
Let us acknowledge that till the last moment she yearned with nostalgia for Lagos (and Nigeria) that was at peace with itself not a city or nation which keeps churning out in large numbers – an underclass of the jobless and the disillusioned who have resolved that if they are not good enough for our … Continue reading A TRIBUTE TO LATE MRS ENITAN ADEBAYO-DOHERTY
For the first time ever, he had no message for me to pass on to the powers that be. What pained him most was the realisation that this is not the same country for which he and his generation strove to build on the tabernacle of justice and fairness. Bashorun J.K. Randle … Continue reading TRIBUTE TO CHIEF (DR) M.A. MAJEKODUNMI CFR; CMG (Former Minister of Health, Federal Republic of Nigeria)
Gary Knight/VII Women in Darfur returning from Kutum market to the Fata Borno camp for internally displaced persons under the protection of African Union soldiers, January 2007; photograph by Gary Knight from Questions Without Answers: The World in Pictures by the Photographers of VII. The book has just been published by Phaidon. The fence that divides … Continue reading What Makes Countries Rich or Poor?