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Afro Connect: Deportations to Haiti Resume Under the Biden Administration

Deportations to Haiti have resumed, according to a report published yesterday. An airplane carrying over 100 passengers and 15 children deported Haitian immigrants to an...

Atlantic Archives: Brazilian Street Artists Create Viral Images

Brazil is often known as a mecca for street art because of the ingenuity and social impact of the works of artists before and after...

Barbados Prime Minister Continues Her Mission to Abolish Diaspora Visas

The first-ever Africa-CARICOM (Caribbean Community) Summit took place last week, and Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley reasserted her position that visas between African and...

Bella Bellow, the Blues Woman of Africa

Beloved Togolese icon Bella Bellow found extraordinary success as a singer in West Africa and beyond before suffering a fatal car accident at the...

Brazil’s Bolsonaro Refuses to Back Down: ‘Only God Removes Me’

Brazil's embattled President Jair Bolsonaro offered up a defiant challenge to his country's Supreme Court this week. The right-wing leader says that he will no...

The Undocumented Entrepreneur: Is Your Immigration Status Stalling Your Business Idea?

One of the rapidly growing demography in the U.S. business sector is the undocumented immigrant population that is making a significant contribution to the...

This Day in History: September 6th

The Kingdom of eSwatini Gains Independence The landlocked Kingdom of eSwatini, formerly Swaziland, is surrounded on the North and South by South Africa, and on...

Critics Urge the Public to Avoid Giving Haiti Donations to the American Red Cross

The American Red Cross does not have a great track record when it comes to its relief efforts in Haiti. Last month, a magnitude 7...

UndocuBlack: From Persecution in Cameroon to Detention in the US

Forbah escaped Cameroon to save his life. En route to the U.S, across countries and borders, he was ostracized, othered and dubbed 'monkey,' and...

Afro Connect: Will 500 Black Immigrants Gain Status in the US?

Democratic members of Congress are counting on ambitious spending legislation to pass immigration reform. The bill includes permanent residency for qualified immigrants through a...

A Jamaican Love Story: Lover’s Leap in St. Elizabeth

Lover’s Leap, a tourist destination in Jamaica, boasts a 1,700-foot drop and a haunting tale. The story of lovers Mizzy and Tunkey is carved into...

Jamaican Reggae Pioneer, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Dies at 85

Legendary Jamaican musician Lee "Scratch" Perry has died at the age of 85. Perry died in hospital in Lucea, in the north-western parish of Hanover. https://twitter.com/LAMBOLAMBO/status/1432008216863383562?s=20 Jamaican...

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