The Impact of Trauma on the African Identity

In “Independence or Dependence: Psychological Colonization in the French Caribbean” one of the topics that I discuss is a poem titled “The Slave’s Lament” by Haitian poet Massillon Coicou. The poem is interesting for me because, as I explain in that essay, the slave in this poem comes to curse his own blackness rather thanPoursuivre la lecture de « The Impact of Trauma on the African Identity »

The ‘positive role’ of colonization : deconstructing a lie

‘The colonizers usually say that it was they who brought us into history. Today we will show that this is not so. They made us leave history, our history, to follow them in their train, right at the back, in the train of their history’ Amilcar Cabral (1924-1973), father of the independence of Guinea BissauPoursuivre la lecture de « The ‘positive role’ of colonization : deconstructing a lie »

How Damaging Is The Picture Of Hungry Looking African Child On The Posters Of Charitable Organizations To Our Image?

There are gruesome images of hungry black children on posters of charity organizations used to solicit for donations, the question that comes to mind sometimes is, what kind of impression does this image create in the mind of the public and what are its consequences for the black child, how does it affect the blackPoursuivre la lecture de « How Damaging Is The Picture Of Hungry Looking African Child On The Posters Of Charitable Organizations To Our Image? »

Colourism – how shade bias perpetuates prejudice against people with dark skin

When a person of colour with light skin rises to prominence, or becomes the first to occupy a particular position, it’s often heralded as a sign that structural barriers to the progress of people of colour have been removed. This was the case when Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in May, joining the British royalPoursuivre la lecture de « Colourism – how shade bias perpetuates prejudice against people with dark skin »

La Religion Africaine : de la science à la découverte de Dieu (1) — Cossi Codjia

Cet article est sur deux parties (1 et 2) Voici la partie 1 Amen-Râ, Dieu unique de l’Afrique, imaginé sous sa forme masculine (gauche, temple d’Hatchepsout); Musée féminin du Louvre Il existe une seule religion dans l’Afrique authentique. Quels sont ses fondements? Pourquoi est-elle appelée animisme? A la fin de cet article, vous ne considérez […]Poursuivre la lecture de « La Religion Africaine : de la science à la découverte de Dieu (1) — Cossi Codjia »

About: Black Media Group Germany

Watch. Listen. Read. Learn. Think. Know and Act Black Media Group Germany Medien Kultur und Bildungs Netzwerk African Deutschland – Black Media Group – Ihr Black Multi Media Partner für Africa in Deutschland – Bildung Medien Black Media Watch Projekt Documentation – Black Germans Digital History Datenbank und Africaa Fernseh Kanal Deutschland- Schwarzes Deutsches NetzwerkPoursuivre la lecture de « About: Black Media Group Germany »

WINNIE — aramata

Winnie arte.tv 85 Min. Verfügbar von 06.03.2018 bis 03.05.2018 Ein Film von Pascale Lamche Die kontoverse Lebensgeschichte von Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, die am 2. April 2018 im Alter von 81 Jahren gestorben ist. Ihr Aufstieg zur Ikone des Befreiungskampfes gegen das südafrikanische Apartheidregime und der tiefe Sturz in den Übergangsjahren nach der Apartheid wird hier zum […]Poursuivre la lecture de « WINNIE — aramata »