Amy Ashwood Garvey the illustrious Pan Africanist and her role in African liberation

“If ever there was a life of lived Pan Africanism, it was that of Amy Ashwood Garvey” (Adi and Sherwood 69). This quote may be surprising to many since, as stated by pan- Africanist scholar Horace Campbell, the ideological history of Pan Africanism has almost always focused on the contributions made by great heroes, mostly […]


On August 3, 1857, Frederick Douglass delivered a “West India Emancipation” speech at Canandaigua, New York, on the twenty-third anniversary of the event. Most of the address was a history of British efforts toward emancipation as well as a reminder of the crucial role of the West Indian slaves in that own freedom struggle. However […]

United States of Africa Mourns Zindzi Mandela

The United States of Africa has received the news of untimely demise of the youngest daughter of Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela in terrible anguish. We send our sincere condolences to her family and stand with the people of the Republic of South Africa during this difficult time. Ms Zindzi Mandela will be remembered as […]

Immediate International Press Release on Registration of The United States of Africa and Global Pan Africanism Network in the United States of America

Immediate International Press Release on Registration of The United States of Africa and Global Pan Africanism Network in the United States of America. Global Pan Africanism Network is an international Civil rights and Pan African organization. We are delighted to inform our people on the continent of Africa and diaspora, that The United States Of […]

Black Voices Matter: Facebook is suppressing Black Voices

In 21st Century Racism is Technological: By: Daniel Mwambonu Facebook being used as a tool of black suppression and to social engineer us to think in a certain way because we are being deprived information that wakes us up to see the truth about how the west is oppressing us. This is how they use […]

Eugene Bullard :The first black pilot in World War I

Born on Oct. 9,1895, the same year Frederic Douglass died, in Columbia, Georgia. Bullard witnessed his father’s narrow escape from a lynching or of his being stowed away on a ship to Scotland to get away from racial discrimination in the south. One account has him running away from home after a lynch mob arrives […]

Freedom Riders in deep segregated south of United States

Freedom riders were the groups of white and African American Civil rights activists who participated in freedom Rides, bus trips through the American South in 1961 to protest segregated bus terminals. They tried to use “white only ”restrooms and launch counters at bus stations in Alabama, South Carolina and southern states. The groups were confronted […]


  By EMMANUEL TABAN(Yakobo Jatura) In the 20th centuary, the African continent was in series of revolutionary wars to get rid of the foreign rulers with unfair political, social and economic policies. These policies were geared towards not only ruining the African continent but also imposing the foreign will on the Africans. Some of the […]