Afro and Indo Labels: Afri-centric Analysis - May 08, 2013
One of the most current and recurrent vexing and perplexing problems/issues today is the ahistorical, divisive, dysfunctional and Euro-centric modus operandi by Trinbagonians of all societal strata to refer to themselves as Afro and Indo.
Globalization: Definition and Impact—Updated - May 08, 2013
In a book titled The Caribbean in the Global Political Economy (1994), Professor Hilbourne A. Watson suggests that globalization "is an intensive process that conforms to the tendencies and laws of motion of (international) capital." It "occurs in production, distribution, marketing, technology transfer, information telecommunications and other aspects of economic activity."
Negative Reporting: Afri-centric Analysis - March 31, 2013
Within recent times, the public domain has been over-flooded with a plethora of accusatory statements by some among the leadership of the People's Partnership (PP) government.
Contesting Dr. Bratt's "Fear in US society": Afri-centric Analysis - Mar 27, 2013
One of the most incredulous, simplistic and parochial articles this writer has ever read was "Fear Factor in US Society" written by David E, Bratt, MD and published in the Guardian dated 12 March, 2013 (p.A.23).
Pan Africanism: Updated - March 25, 2013
In July 1900, Trinidad lawyer Henry Sylvester Williams had the conviction that the, "...problems of Black folk in England were largely based on racism," He coined the word "Pan-Afrikan." Pan = ALL
Negritude: Updated - March 17, 2013
Leaders of the Negritude movement are Aimé Césaire (French Martinique), Léon Damas (French Guiana) and Léopold Sédar Senghor (Senegal).
Stages of Colonialism: Updated - March 05, 2013
This period involved the conquest and plunder of the resources of the colonies by disparate European colonizers. Spain and Portugal were the two major European global powers in the 15th century.
Time for African Pope – Afri-centric Analysis - February 27, 2013
Now that Pope Benedict XV1 has decided to demit the papal office effective 28 February 2013 "because of advanced age", in addition to hearing deterioration and blindness in left eye, it is a sine qua non for the one hundred and sixteen Roman Catholic cardinals to seriously consider the selection of someone of African descent as Pope. Pope Benedict XV1 was selected in 2005.
Apology for Slavery and Reparations: Updated - February 15, 2013
At the outset, it must be stated quite equivocally that the order for the global apology for the European enslavement of Afrikans is as follows: The Roman Catholic Pope of Rome, first; second, the governments of Spain and Portugal; in third place are the governments of Britain, France and the Netherlands; in fourth place is the government of the United States.
Tobago Results: Afri-centric Analysis - January 29, 2013
The most revealing end-result of the recent Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election was the salient reality that Tobagonians are different from Trinidadians. And that's what Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar either never understood or took for granted that the reverse was true.
Race Politics in T&T: Afri-centric Analysis - January 15, 2013
One of the ultimate, stupid, insipid, divisive, dysfunctional, Euro-centric variables that has reared its ugly head is the issue of race in the upcoming Tobago House of Assembly elections.
Caesarean Section: Afri-centric Analysis - January 03, 2013
As Trinbagonians and family and friends collectively mourn the recent untimely and unfortunate death of Sasha Lysa Ali-Bisnath, it is now apropos to conduct an Afri-centric analysis of the medical procedure known as the Caesarean section, commonly/popularly called the C section.
Real Truth about Jesus' Birth : Afri-centric Analysis - Updated - Dec 20, 2012
As Trinbagonians gear up to celebrate the Christian religious event of Christmas, it is apropos to disseminate the real, historical truth about the birth of Jesus. Indeed, if one looks at the first three hundred years of Christianity, it is in many aspects, a derived Afrikan religion.
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