By: Chief Mouhamadou Diagne
As impossible as it may seem the settler has managed to colonize the abstract phenomenon that is time itself. I refer to “time” here as both a resource that is violently exploited from the working-class colonized masses and a way of measuring the passing of the present.
Human beings have always measured time by looking at nature. Whether it’s using the sun, the moon, or the seasons we have always looked to nature to keep track of the passing of time.
The Ancient Egyptians used large obelisks to track the movement of the sun, to measure the passing of time. Other societies like the Zhou Dynasty of ancient China used the flowing of water to measure the passing of time.
The colonization of time happened in two different ways. Firstly the way in which we count and measure time has been violently forced on colonized people across the world. Secondly, the actual time colonized people have available to themselves has been colonized for capitalist exploitation.
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by Kimya Banks
“For the master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house. They may allow us temporarily to beat him at his own game, but they will never enable us to bring about genuine change.” Audre Lorde Continue reading “Liberation or Nah; Y’all Niggas Still Clamoring for a Seat at the Table!?”
Sancocho is a meat and root-based stew that can be found in different countries all over Latin America, especially the countries bordering the Carribean Sea.
Continue reading “Decolonize’ Yo Diet: Dominican Sancocho (Meat & Roots Stew)”
By Mouhamadou Diagne
I ain’t tryna get into it If you on some “I ain’t African, I’m Afro-WTV-tf” or “I’m not African, I’m mixed” or “I’m not Black, I’m a person of color” or whatever race science nonsense the colonizer uses to divide Africans and other colonized people. Please remember capitalism and colonialism created these artificial divisions between working-class colonized people. Continue reading “Africa For The Africans!”
Sound the Alarm because we need to #ProtectOurGirls.
Discussion of kidnapping,Assault, stolen children. Continue reading “Black Girls on the Black Market: Why we #ProtectOurGirls”