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HOMICIDE: Medical Examiner Rules NYPD Chokehold Killed Eric Garner

HOMICIDE: Medical Examiner Rules NYPD Chokehold Killed Eric Garner

AFRICANGLOBE - Eric Garner’s death by chokehold was a homicide. The Staten Island man who…

Ku Klux Klan Recruitment Drive Raises Old Fears In South Carolina

Ku Klux Klan Recruitment Drive Raises Old Fears In South Carolina

AFRICANGLOBE - Many Black residents of Abbeville, south Carolina were reluctant to speak about the…

How To Dismantle A School System

How To Dismantle A School System

AFRICANGLOBE - Graduating seniors last month celebrated the end of a difficult year at Philadelphia’s…

6 Philadelphia Officers Charged With Kidnapping, Robbing Suspects

6 Philadelphia Officers Charged With Kidnapping, Robbing Suspects

AFRICANGLOBE - U.S. government agents arrested six Philadelphia narcotics officers on Wednesday on charges they…

Videos

Chris Brown’s New Neighbor: ‘I’ll Shoot Him’ If He Trespasses

AFRICANGLOBE - Chris Brown has a new home in California’s San Fernando Valley, and a new neighbor who has put him on notice. Brown is renting an 8,000 square foot, 6 bedroom house in Agoura, California and his neighbor has already threatened him with gun violence.…

Chris Brown’s New Neighbor: ‘I’ll Shoot Him’ If He Trespasses

Ethiopia Among Top 15 Safest Countries In The World

AFRICANGLOBE - As natural disasters, terrorism, robberies and massacres made our planet a hell, everyone is having the urge to settle down in somewhere safe. But unfortunately when it comes to preparing a list of the top 10 safest countries in the world, it becomes extremely hard to find such countries that satisfy all the…

Ethiopia Among Top 15 Safest Countries In The World

The Lynching Of Eric Garner

AFRICANGLOBE - Let me be clear – Eric Garner was lynched. He was brutally assaulted and choked to death by a police officer who, supposedly trained, abused his authority with deadly precision. It is not enough to state that the officer used deadly force because when it comes to Black males and police, there is…

The Lynching Of Eric Garner

J. A. Rogers: Historian, Journalist And Author

AFRICANGLOBE - Joel Augustus Rogers was born September 6, 1880 in Negril, Jamaica and died on March 26, 1966 in New York City. Rogers was a historian, journalist and author whose works made great contributions to the history of Africa and its diaspora.…

J. A. Rogers: Historian, Journalist And Author

White Power USA – The Rise Of The Right-Wing

AFRICANGLOBE - White supremacist and neo-Nazi groups claim their membership is growing and that visits to their websites are increasing. Filmmakers Rick Rowley and Jacquie Soohen went inside the White nationalist movement to investigate.…

Business

Why You Should Start Your Own Business

Why You Should Start Your Own Business

AFRICANGLOBE - Employment for life has almost disappeared, with even those working for the government now unsure that they can glide through life and stay there until they retire. Starting your own business places you in charge of making all…

‘Fab Lab’ Igniting A Revolution In Kenya

‘Fab Lab’ Igniting A Revolution In Kenya

AFRICANGLOBE - The University of Nairobi’s Science and Technology Park is banking on 3-D prototyping…

The New Scramble For Africa

The New Scramble For Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - Decades after the European powers carved up the African continent for their own…

Facebook Expands Africa Push

Facebook Expands Africa Push

AFRICANGLOBE - The words "internet" and "Facebook" are already said to be interchangeable in some…

Africa

A Sad Day: Ugandan Court Overturns Law Restricting Homosexuality

A Sad Day: Ugandan Court Overturns Law Restricting Homosexuality

AFRICANGLOBE - A Ugandan court on Friday invalidated an anti-homosexuality bill signed into law earlier…

20 Years After Apartheid Whites Still Own South Africa’s Land

20 Years After Apartheid Whites Still Own South Africa’s Land

AFRICANGLOBE - Less than 10 percent of the land still in White hands have been…

Military Moves In Africa By U.S. Resembles Iraq, Afghan Wars

Military Moves In Africa By U.S. Resembles Iraq, Afghan Wars

AFRICANGLOBE - In 2009, U.S. economic and other non-military aid for all of Africa was…

Will Obama Talk Business Or Just Lecture African Leaders

Will Obama Talk Business Or Just Lecture African Leaders

AFRICANGLOBE - When Barack Obama made his first trip as president to Africa in July 2009, he memorably told lawmakers in Ghana that “Africa doesn’t need strongmen; it needs strong institutions.” Next week, several African leaders will travel to Washington…

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