I am totally new here. Im so excited for a platform owned by people of indigenous/african descent. I have no idea how this works. Any kind souls willing to share directions/ideas/thoughts.

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In response Dave Loki to his Publication

I enjoy it from time to time, but I haven’t listened to it since I saw a Korean artist doing afrobeats and sniff in an African language….Idk, something about that just gagged me a little too bit.

My body is so tired from going to the Big Bounce America event on Sunday. It was a lot of cardio. And I did it a couple days after spending a week in Wisconsin Dells vacationing at the Kalahari resort, an overrated fake African experience which I don’t recommend people go to.

On May 1 , 1865 , freed slaves came together in Charleston , S.C to pay tribute to the Union soldiers that had been deceased and put into a common burial after the war. There were 257 deceased Union soldiers , according to the American Oracle : The Civil War In the Civil Rights Era, a book written by David Blight a Yale University professor .

This event held over of 10,000 people in the ” slaveholders race course.” , according to the American Oracle by Blight. Black Charlestonians along with white missionaries and educators stood in honor of the Union soldiers .

Three thousand African Am

How the Black Codes 👉🏿Limited👈🏿 African American Progress After the Civil War
The black codes effectively continued enslavement for African Americans by restricting their rights and exploiting their labor. https://www.history.com/ne... #Blackstudytime

Apartment hunting should not be this hard. This attributes to my lack of engagement within the Global African studies sector. When properties are rapidly being snatched up, it's hard to focus.

I genuinely feel for those who live in NYC. It's a dream of mine to migrate to Harlem and serve/teach our people in the real estate field. But even when affordable housing qualifications are benchmarked at at $90,000+ income, something's terribly wrong.

Is anyone else feeling the hit of the rental market? How are you coping? & I really need someone in NYC to tell me how you're still making it.

I swear I’m not retiring in this oversized trailer park called America!!! either Bali, South Africa/Africa, or Mexico are my top 3 this far. I’m fvkn outta here and no I’m not waiting til no damn 62 or 65 either

Oooooh another country😜 might have to do the same. Tryna see what them African UK men hitting on

In response Qween Jean to her Publication

Me trying to meet someone at EDC in another country 😌

Any African American journalist on here ??? I have an amazing storyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 🙌🏾🙌🏼🙌🏽

African American Poverty Rates Per HBCU State https://hbcumoney.com/2022... #Blackpriorities

In response Shun Williams to his Publication

It’s really heartbreaking. We’d need to be the majority, like an African country or the islands.

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