Africa is a diverse continent that boasts multiple cultures and languages in its 54 countries. In this clip, Africans are tested for knowledge of their own (extremely diverse) continent to see how much they know and what they really think about each other. The responses are quite hilarious and show varying opinions of African countries by Africans. The diversity of the African continent also becomes evident. How well would you have done in such a test?
Just like Dr Frances Cress Welsing, Dr Edward Robinson breaks down a secret and hidden study on the African DNA strands, how it affects the intelligence (IQ) of black people and why this is will never be made public. Geneticists found that people from Africa have more DNA series which shows they are smarter. This reveals that when one person or group attempts to keep down another person or group, it is due to the fear of the truth being revealed that the bully/oppressor is in fact inferior to those they attempt to keep down. What do you think?
Joseph has spent 15 years in primary 1. Teachers say it is impossible for him to graduate because he always comes last. His teachers claim he forgets everything immediately he's taught. Joseph states that when he is in class, he gets dream-like hallucinations which make him forget everything. His classmates from previous years have graduated, and others even become his teachers, yet he is still in the same class. Due to his dwarfism, you might not realize he's 21 years old. Joseph is still optimistic about graduating one day and becoming a president. The sad part is the bullies call him "Old Man" so much that he can literally remember it. He deserves more respect. What do you think?
Joshua Maponga is at a cross roads. After 33 years in Christian ministry, he has found himself in a place where he can't find satisfying answers to his questions. His questions stem from a life of dedication to his calling but some things remain a history. He says God gave us brains to think and questions are a sign of a functioning brain. On this interview, he tries to explain where he stands with the Bible. Maponga feels strongly about Africa and says in his understanding, Africa plays a significant role in the Bible and prophecy, but because of how the gospel was presented by the Europeans, these African related truths are neglected. He is calling on Africa to embrace its humanity and the knowledge available to emancipate itself from the spiritual poverty it is facing. What do you think about his point of view?
Kamiyah Mobley, a 19-year-old who was kidnapped at birth and raised by her kidnapper, Alexis. She was taken from her biological parents 8 hours after birth. It is so sad that a woman Kamiyah saw as a hero was the villain who destroyed Kamiyah's biological parents' lives. Kamiyah is very protective of Alexis, despite finding out the truth. The biggest pain that no one is really talking about is that Kamaya has to bury Alexis to exist. Today, with her abductor in jail, Kamiyah is left without a true identity or a mother to call her own. What do you think of Kamiyah's situation?
Martina Big has had injections to turn her into a black woman. Martina Big explains that she admires women of color, their skin, and their curves. She has had three melatonin injects costing 170 pounds each. Her skin color, hair color, and eye color have all changed to match those of a person of color. Her husband, Michael, is also taking the necessary steps to change his skin color. Martina has spent time in Africa to learn more about black culture and their way of living. She now identifies as 100% black. What do you think about Martina's choice?
Jamaica was once the world's leading exporter of bauxite, which is the ore from which aluminum is made, but decades of mining have taken a toll on the land and the people. With reserves depleted, the government is now pushing to move mining operations into the most ecologically sensitive part of the island known as Cockpit Country. The people of Cockpit Country fought off the British in the 1700s, and now they're conjuring the warrior spirit of their ancestors to take that fight to the mining companies. The Jamaican government seems to be in support of this. What do you think?
Sudan is one of the world's last frontiers. Once thought of as a vast desert l and was, the land was home to an advanced and mysterious civilization, an ancient kingdom of Africa known as Kush. The kingdom dealt with Pharaohs from Egypt and the emperor's from Rome. Their Nubian leaders known as Black Pharaohs left behind an array of archeological sites dotted along the Nile and the count of Egypt. The Black Pharaohs controlled the trade routes connecting central Africa with ancient Egypt; this accumulated them with immense wealth and power. Do you think Egypt's culture and influence are credited to the Black Pharaohs of Kush?
Moojibaba shares very simple and practical advice on how to begin the day grounded in presence. As you wake ready to embark on your daily activities, it's essential to communicate with your creator. Thank Him for the good night and ask for His pardon for any sins you committed during the night. Adore God profoundly and praise Him for who He is. Finally, humble yourself before God and acknowledge that without Him, you can't do anything about the things you have decided on. What does your morning prayer look like? Think you'll try incorporating this morning's Spiritual exercises?
A disturbing trend has taken root all over the Sub-Saharan Africa of Asian working men getting the local women pregnant and abandoning the children or even killing them. In the 70s in Congo, Asian workers from Japan used to dominate the mineral-rich mines. Women impregnated by these workers share chilling stories of how the babies were systematically killed. According to the Japanese miners, their constitution does not allow them to have children of other races and bring them back to Japan, so they kill them. Do you think that is true?