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This Day in History: August 1st

Educator and Civil Rights Activist Benjamin Mays Was Born The spiritual mentor to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,...

This Day in History, August 2nd

Best-selling author and activist, James Arthur Baldwin was born on August 2, 1924, in Harlem, New York. His eloquence and passion on race relations...

This Day in History, August 1st

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in Trinidad and Tobago. It was announced that the end of slavery would roll out as slaves...

Author Tsitsi Dangarembga Arrested During Harare Protest

Award-winning Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga has been arrested during anti-corruption demonstrations in Harare. Dangarembga, who was included this week on the Booker...

This Day in History: July 31st

Civil Rights Leader, Whitney Young Jr., Was Born Civil rights leader, presidential advisor and former head of the National...

This Day in History, July 29th

On July 29, 1895, more than 40 African-American women, representing organizations from 14 different states, came together to hold the First National Conference of...

Tanzania’s Exiled Opposition Leader Tundu Lissu Returns

Opposition leader and presidential hopeful Tundu Lissu has returned to Tanzania nearly three years after he fled the country following an assassination...

Uganda Confirms First Coronavirus Death

Uganda has confirmed its first COVID-19 death more than two months after the first case was discovered. Director General Health Services, Henry...

Compounding Can Change Your Life

Compounding is said to be the Eighth Wonder of the World. So why...

This Day in History: July 26th

Liberia Declares Independence The west African country of Liberia proclaimed its independence on July 26, 1847, making it...

This Day in History: July 25th

Emmett Louis Till, whose lynching for allegedly "taunting" a white woman in Mississippi in 1955 became the lightening rod for the Civil Rights Movement,...

This Day in History: July 24th

Ira Aldridge, the First Black Shakespearean Actor, Was Born Pushing social boundaries allowed Ira Frederick Aldridge to achieve...

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This Day in History: August 1st

Educator and Civil Rights Activist Benjamin Mays Was Born The spiritual mentor to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,...

Coach Cass: Are You Ready For Love?

Casandra (Coach Cass) Henriquez, relationship guru and bestselling author kicks off podcast letting you know who she is and how she became...

This Day in History, August 2nd

Best-selling author and activist, James Arthur Baldwin was born on August 2, 1924, in Harlem, New York. His eloquence and passion on race relations...

Best of: James Baldwin: “Freedom Can’t Be Given, It Must Be Taken!” (Part 1)

On what would be the 96th birthday of James Baldwin, Karen shares an interview he did in 1960 and breaks it into...

This Day in History, August 1st

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in Trinidad and Tobago. It was announced that the end of slavery would roll out as slaves...
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