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Black-Owned Ride-Sharing App Aims To Fill Void Left By Uber, Lyft
Moovn will operate in the U.S. and in underserved African regions.
Sean Paul Says Drake And Justin Bieber Are Exploiting Dancehall
He believes more artists should be given credit in today's music.
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BLM Protest At London Airport Calls Out Environmental Inequality
By Kate Holton, Reuters
Protesters held signs that read "climate crisis is a racist crisis" as they occupied the runway.
Historic Event In London Honors 'International Slavery Remembrance Day'
“This is the first ever memorial service for the victims of the trans-Atlantic slave trade to be held in Trafalgar Square."
Nomadness Travel Tribe
This Group Is Making It Easier For Black People To Travel
Nomadness wants to create unique travel experiences for people of color.
New Film By Ethiopian Nurse Combats Mental Health Stigmas In Africa
"Chula" is changing the narrative around mental health across the African diaspora.
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Slavery Reparations Sought In First Black Lives Matter Agenda
This is the first time these black-led organizations linked to the decentralized Black Lives Matter movement have banded together to write a comprehensive foundational policy platform.
Siphiwe Sibeko / Reuters
South African Politician Proclaims A 'Non-Racial' Era After Vote Wins
Mmusi Maimane isn't liked by many ANC members who say he is a puppet of a white elitist movement.
Luana's Story and the Continued Assualt on the Black Population of Brazil
Student and black feminist activist.
Criminalizing and blaming the victim is a common device used to trivialize the fact that black and innocent women, men and children die every day in Brazil and become statistical data.
Why This Photo Of Brazilian Protesters Is Sparking National Debate
It's shone a spotlight on racial and class disparity in the South American country.
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Photo Series Celebrates The 'Black Girl Power' Of Brazilian Women
It highlights women who are Afro-Brazilian and proud.
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Why Is Central Africa Missing From So Many Maps?
You’ve probably had the following experience: You are reading along when a map, shaded in a procession of pastels, interrupts
The Everyday Racism I Face As A Black Woman In Germany
Lisa Tracy Michalik
Student, Media and Cultural Studies
Without asking permission, strangers touch my afro and seem surprised when I don't welcome the behavior. I receive compliments on how beautiful my skin tone is, because it's not too dark. These are not compliments, this is a form of racism.
The Fight To Preserve This Historic Slave Port Site In Brazil Sparks Debate
"It's not just about the black movement, it's not just about Rio or Brazil. It's about world history."
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