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Cops Refuse To Stop Chase Plowing Over Multiple Children, Killing Them During Neighborhood Pursuit

Cops Refuse To Stop Chase Plowing Over Multiple Children, Killing Them During Neighborhood Pursuit

AFRICANGLOBE – Brother and sister Michaelangelo and Makiah Jackson, ages 6 and 3 respectively, were playing in front of their home when a police car appeared, chasing what appeared to be a red Challenger. According to eyewitnesses, the police car bumped the Challenger, and the car “flew up in the air.” Witnesses heard tire squeals, as if the car was attempting to stop, but by then it was going too fast and had lost control and hit the two small children, killing them instantly.

White People, If You’re Not Part Of The Solution, You’re Part Of The Problem

AFRICANGLOBE – I ask my fellow white people, how much worse is it going to have to get before we take accountability for our racism and actively engage in dismantling it? As hard as this may be to hear, we, white people, are the originators of racism in America. While we do not have an exclusive monopoly on racism, we sit at the top of the racism food chain, and we are the ones with the power to end it.

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Number Of Black Women-Owned Businesses Skyrocket By 322 Percent

AFRICANGLOBE – The number of Black women-owned businesses has grown by a whopping 322 percent since 1997. Today, Black women own roughly 14 percent of all businesses in the country owned by women, which tallies to around 1.3 million businesses.

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Three South African Teenage Girls Creating Africa’s First Private Satellite

AFRICANGLOBE – The satellite, which will launch in the first quarter of 2016, is not only a celebration of African innovation, but a positive shift in participation of the African girl child who would have, in the past, let the “geeky boys” handle it. Teenagers like Nina-Rose Clarke of Pinelands High School have become more confident as young women and can testify to this paradigm shift. “I never thought building things could be this interesting. I am loving this experience. It’s so exciting to be exposed to more than just drawing and studying ideas. Constructing stuff is so much better.”

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No, ‘Je Suis Charleston’?: The De-Politicization Of Black Oppression

AFRICANGLOBE – Where was the worldwide revulsion at the racist terror attack in Charleston? “Obama sang ‘Amazing Grace’ and lulled into a stupefying silence Black voices that should have demanded answers as to why the Charleston attack was not considered a terrorist attack, even though it fit the definition of domestic terrorism.” As a result, “the political space for international solidarity with the plight of African Americans was significantly reduced.”

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‘Mugabe Is The Only Leader Holding Africa Together’

AFRICANGLOBE – Malema says Mugabe is the only African president who makes decisions in the interest of the entire continent without apologising for them. “We may not agree with him on this or that issue but on a broader perspective, he’s the man that represents the kind of Africa we want… An Africa where Africans own their land and their economy.”

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How Powerful Is Ethiopia?

AFRICANGLOBE – Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest country and with tensions rising with its neighbor Eritrea, we were wondering just how powerful is Ethiopia?

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The ‘Gay Mafia’ Taking Over America Again – Must Read

AFRICANGLOBE – A while ago Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House of Representatives during the “W” Bush administration, was arrested by the FBI for fraud and money laundering charges. Hastert was third in line for the presidency, and a major force for the continual moralising of the right wing. His real crime is serial rape of students when he was a secondary school coach and scout leader.

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Prosperity Churches Warrant Taxation

AFRICANGLOBE – Recently Zimbabwe’s Commissioner of Taxes made a ground-breaking statement. He said that religious organisations are going to be taxed. Zimra is now working on the legislative framework which will be ready by November. Some people screamed that the Government of Zimbabwe was getting desperate. That may be so. But is taxing churches a sign of desperation or just a sensible response to the proliferation of so-called prophets and pastors who are more celebrity than men of cloth?

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