Afrocentricity International condemns the auctioning of Africans as persons to be enslaved in the country of Libya. We are expressly outraged by the callousness of the Libyan government and the indifference shown by the African Union to the plight of African people at the hands of the Arab Libyans. Africans from Niger, Ghana, Senegal, Sudan, Chad, Ethiopia, and other nations have been summarily “sold” to Arabs who steal their labor and abuse them physically and psychologically. We easily and correctly condemn European racism but we must be willing to condemn the racism practiced by Arabs who have a longer history…
Afrocentricity International condemns the racist actions of the Colombian government against the African people of Buenaventura, Colombia. The historic agreement forced upon the city government on Monday, June 5, 2017, will live in our international history. We support the legitimate demands of a people long oppressed by the ruling elites who have ignored until recently the culture, history, and struggle of the people whose labor was stolen to increase the wealth of the whites in the brutal mining industry, sugar cane industry, and import-export business. Buenaventura has nearly 800,000 people, nearly 90% black in American terms, and is the heart…
The Movement Pou Lagwiyann Dékolé (“Save Guiana”) began almost three weeks ago in so-called French Guiana, in South America. Schools, businesses, stores, the university, gas stations, the airport, as well as the port are closed. Road barricades strategically erected are considerably slowing the pace of life so that people may take the time to seriously reflect upon the situation in which Guiana finds itself as a result of French exploitation. Afrocentricity International considers that the demands of our sisters and brothers from Guiana for greater social, economic, cultural, and let us say it, racial justice, are totally legitimate.  France, which…
AI Colombia organized an event in February 2017 forchildren and familiesin Palo Seco, a Buenaventura's neighborhood, where African Colombian families are struggling politically, economically and culturally. AI Colombia focused on the history of the educationof Black people in general, the necessity for community organizing, and economic empowerment.
Fidel Castro Ruiz was one of Africa’s best political friends. He stood by African revolutionaries fighting for independence when most of them had been abandoned by the so-called “Free World.” Castro was the symbol of hope for millions of people and is remembered fondly throughout the world for his devotion to revolution, moral discipline, independence, and defiance against all forms of oppression.
Molefi Kete AsanteInternational Organizer, Afrocentricity International I used to believe that one day Africans on the continent and in the Diaspora would wake up and see that Africans are the ones who are maintaining the mis-education of African children. We are no longer under the direct control of Europeans in Africa. We are no longer forced to accept imperialist and racist education in the Diaspora. However, if one considers what is happening in the Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States and the scores of African and Caribbean colleges and universities then one would have to conclude that…
Right now there is a serious problem in the Kau-Nyaro-Warni area in Southeastern Jebel, South Kordofan State in the country of Sudan. AI wants to go on record that we oppose all forms of violence against the African people of Sudan by the minority government in Khartoum. More than 2 million people are under threat of starvation, displacement, and genocide, by the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party controlling the Sudanese government. It is an all out assault on African people and their culture by the Arab controlled government in Sudan that has refused to hold democratic elections in a country…
Even after Haiti suffered through the handpicked US stooge Martelly’s tragico-comic reign, the country’s profoundly hardened cadres of freedom loving people have rebounded to force the US and France and the UN to respect the will of the masses. “Martelly must go!” became their cry, and now the Core Group has agreed with the people that there should be a provisional government.  The people shouted with vehemence and a determined chant of resistance. They would not and did not follow the script that had been written by international forces, greedy corporate zealots, migrating elites, and petty thugs because they swore…
Thursday, 03 December 2015 02:25

The West spreads intellectual idiocy

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By André Vltchek   Could any dictator desire more? Almost the entire population of the Empire is now thinking the same way! The populace is “educated” at schools and the universities staffed with submissive, and cowardly teachers and professors. The populace is “informed” by hundreds of thousands of servile journalists and “analysts”. There is almost no deviation from the official narrative. Congratulations, Western Empire! You have succeeded where others tried but failed. You have achieved almost absolute obedience and discipline, a total servility. And more than that most of the people actually think that they are free, that they are…
Pambazuka News (2015-09-25, Issue 743) France still robbing its 'former' African colonies Despite Paris’s official condemnation of the failed coup in Burkina Faso, and a threat to impose sanctions if the coup leaders did not relinquish power, the incident once again brings to focus decades of French hegemony in ‘independent’ West Africa. Through political, security, economic and cultural ties, France maintains a tight stranglehold in Francophone Africa, both to serve its interests and maintain a last bastion of imperial prestige. By Anastacia Promskaya We always accuse the leaders of African countries of being corrupt and of not working in…
The current tide of racist violence against African people in the United States is part of a long terrifying history of brutal assaults on blacks. Whites have found all kinds of excuses or reasons in their minds to shoot, maim, and kill black people. Dylann Storm Roof, the shooter of the nine people at the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church was convinced that blacks were “raping our women and taking over the country.” Such racist thinking is evidence of fear, a sense of inadequacy, and a concern that African Americans have been able to survive all of the incredible venoms…
African scholars must assert themselves and provide intellectual leadership that places African ideals at the centre of all African solutions to address numerous challenges facing the continent. Speaking at a pan-African forum which opened yesterday in the capital ahead of Africa Day commemorations, University of Zimbabwe sociologist Prof Claude Mararike said African scholars needed to recapture the intellectual space to define Africa's future agenda that drew inspiration from the continent's own distinctive and unique experience. "My number one concern is the agenda. What agendas do we set for our universities, Sadc and for the African Union?" he said at a…
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