What about justice in America?


Naba'a Muhammad


June 22, 2021

When President Biden met with Russian Vladimir Putin the subject of “misdeeds” by the former KBG agent were blasted in the American media. When Mr. Putin responded by questioning American respect for human rights and illegal actions on the world stage, the mainstream media started to howl.

“Russian President Vladimir Putin displayed his ‘classic’ whataboutism play at the news conference after his meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden concluded, former Top Russia Adviser to President Trump Fiona Hill said. ‘His tone was dispassionate and matter of fact and…

Dr. Ridgely Muhammad shares his research of lesser know treatment for covid-19 in this July 14th article.

“What if I told you that there is a drug to fight Covid-19 that is highly safe, widely available, has a low cost and has had extraordinary success on this particular virus? What if I told you that this drug, although first developed to fight other diseases, was touted as a possible “miracle drug” against Covid-19 back in April of 2020? …

In a previous article, I spoke on the importance of diversity in Black entertainment. Netflix released a trailer of a Netflix original movie with a predominantly black cast, the setting to be Western has a predominantly Black cast as I mentioned above, and most of the cast are superstars in their own right.

This film stars Regina King, Idris Alba, Jonathan Majors, Lakeith Stanfield, Delroy Lindo, and Zazie Beetz. Each of them has starred in another tv show with a predominately black cast. With the exception of a few. …

Black Cinema has been a cliche for many many years. Usually, you only saw us as either a slave, a pimp, or a hustler. Even though this continues today, I believe black fans of certain source materials would love to see us any something different. You can see the wide variety of diversity that is presented for our white counterparts, but it is fairly rare to see black people out of their perceived element,

Get Out for example introduced a new kind of trauma, a psychological film with scares that tugged on your brain cells. You’ve seen us as the…

Black Women Disrupt the Web which launched February 1 captures the brilliance and creativity of filmmakers. In collaboration with Antoinette Engel an independent producer who serves as the program’s manager, and Dylan Valley an award-winning documentary filmmaker who is serving as the creative advisor, the goal is Imagining our Black Futures.

Founder Zakiya Carr Johnson said about the project, “The goal is to celebrate the richness of a broader and multilingual African diaspora and to raise its visibility worldwide through outstanding works of fiction film content made available on the web.” (blackwomendisrupt.com)

Black women from Brazil, Colombia, and Kenya are…

I will admit I have never actually read the original book series, so this review is solely based upon the TV show. We must tip our hats to the showrunner Misha Green, and Producer Jordan Peele for this masterful reincarnation of a popular book series.

The story is perfectly crafted and is honestly all over the place. It includes many horror tropes and sci-fi themes such as ghosts, witches, magic, supernatural creatures, and time travel. Amazing performances by Jonathan Majors and Jurnee Smollett-Bell, every scene is brilliantly acted as if you were there. The fact that this a show with…

October 16 marks the 25th anniversary of the Million Man March. This historical day on October 16th, 1995 has been deliberately wiped from the history books due to the man who called this event. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, with the backing of numerous religious leaders, activists,and pastors, called one million men to Washington D.C. to atone and show that we could stand together.

The event attracted nearly two million men, and it was one of the greatest gatherings of Black men in American history. Despite Minister Farrakhan’s reputation in the media and the repudiation from then-President Bill Clinton, the…

Hasan Ali

Black empowerment blogger, journalist, and short-story writer. My writing is for the betterment of the Black community, and to ensure that we shall rise again.

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