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2,315 Views · 5 days ago

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3,597 Views · 7 days ago

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has emerged as an internationally renowned figure particularly for building a prosperous and harmonious new country on the ruins of the old one.

But his is an unconventional life, that saw him being a poor refugee in Uganda, a top military official in the Ugandan army and now the President of Rwanda…



Paul Kagame and Rwanda: Power, Genocide and the Rwandan Patriotic Front, Colin M. Waugh

JOURNAL ARTICLE, After Genocide, Philip Gourevitch and Paul Kagame

The Arusha Accords and the Failure of International Intervention in Rwanda, Joel Stettenheim



Meditation Impromptu 03 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence.

Arid Foothills - The Dark Contenent by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence.

Allegro - Emit Fenn

Nocturne by Kai Engel

Realness by Kai Engel

Lesicia by Kai Engel

Kai Engel - Summer Days

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1,013 Views · 10 days ago

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan teaches that President Abraham Lincoln did not set Black People free from slavery because he loved Black People and cared about us. He freed us because it benefited them more. Minister Louis Farrakhan also teaches that it is also the same today, we should not believe our natural born enemy loves us and cares about us because he now lets us partially into his circles and society. It is merely a trick and that we should not look to fit in with our enemy. We should go for ourselves and seek unity among each other. #farrakhan #blackpeople #slavery #blackamerica #400years #blackunity

1,011 Views · 12 days ago

Black Journal conducts an investigation of institutional racism with the aid of six Black scholars and philosophers in a two-program study entitled "Black Paper on White Racism." The first part surveys racism in the areas of history, education and Christianity. The investigative team includes Reverend Albert Cleage, pastor of the Shrine of the Black Madonna in Detroit; John H. Clarke, an associate professor of African and Afro-American history at Hunter College and author of 11 books including "Harlem USA"; and Preston Wilcox, head of the education workshop of the Congress of African People and president of the educational consultant firm AFRAM Associates.

1,486 Views · 12 days ago

Idi Amin's last interview - History of Uganda

3,828 Views · 12 days ago

"People were scared of him, and also he was scared of the people," says Babby Salamshyda of her father, Ugandan dictator Idi Amin Dada. One of the people who provoked Amin's fear was a member of his own family who planned to overthrow him. The film dramatizes the events of March 26, 1974, when Amin set in motion a plan to quell this familial threat.

1,187 Views · 12 days ago

This documentary explores the mindset of three tyrannical leaders during periods of time that defined their reigns. The trio of dictators - Joseph Stalin, Idi Amin Dada and Muammar Gaddafi - are brought to life through searing accounts from historians and witnesses, revealing stock footage, and inventive photo-realistic replications of the leaders as they function hour-by-hour through each tumultuous event.

Each dictator is characterized by an all-encompassing thirst for absolute power, a gnawing paranoia of their own people, and a willingness to commit the most garish acts of violence when their dominance is threatened. Stunning in its ability to place these horrific dictatorships in a human context, A Day in the Life of a Dictator is a unique and vital living history.

Directed by Hendrick Dusollier
Full length documentary

1,033 Views · 18 days ago

Live At Montreux 1976


I wish I knew how
It would feel to be free
I wish I could break
All the chains holding me
I wish I could say
All the things that I should to say
Say 'em loud say 'em clear
For the whole round world to hear

I wish I could share
All the love that's in my heart
Remove all the bars
That keep us apart
I wish you could know
What it means to be me
Then you'd see and agree
Everyone should be free

I wish I could give
All I'm longin' to give
I wish I could live
Like I'm longin' to live
I wish I could do
All the things that I can do
Though I'm way overdue
I'd be starting anew.

I wish I could be like a bird in the sky
How sweet it would be
If I found out I could fly
I'd soar to the sun
And look down at the sea
And I sing 'cause I know

1,180 Views · 18 days ago

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan Speaks on Dr Martin Luther King and his I have a dream Speech. #farrakhan #alimshahid

4,195 Views · 19 days ago

The African Kingdoms goes over the BOTH the Ancient and Medieval periods of African history. It is meant to be an overview.

It begins with a general look at Africa's different natural regions, before getting into Ancient Africa (the Nubians, kingdom of Axum, the smaller cultures in North and West Africa, and the Bantu migrations), and then Medieval Africa (African religion, the coming of Islam, the Ethiopian Empire, the Swahili Coast, West African Empires, the Central and Southern kingdoms), and ending with daily life, slavery, and arts and culture.

NOTE1: A part of one of our previous videos (Ancient Africa) was used for a couple of sections near the beginning
NOTE2: Ancient Egypt was covered in our last megadoc

Welcome to The Medieval World series! This series is meant to summarize broad topics in history and balances political history and events, with social/daily life, and culture. If you've watched our History of the World documentary, this series is a perfect next step. The videos are standalone, but presented in a chronological fashion. The series will be divided into 8 videos about the Medieval Period, which we call Phase 2. Once these 8 videos are completed, we will move onto Phase 3, but this project will be considered completed, and compiled into ONE MEGA-DOCUMENTARY containing all 8 parts.


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0:00 Ancient Africa (Nubia, Axum, North and West Africa)
20:52 Medieval Africa (Ethiopia, Swahili Coast, West African Empires)
32:45 Medieval Africa (Central and Southern Bantu Kingdoms)
35:11 Daily Life and Slavery Routes
41:30 Arts and Culture (Art, Architecture, and Music)

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1,293 Views · 1 month ago

#Poverty #southafrica #SomethingNicewithDinano #Afrikaner #WhiteSquatterCamp #AfrikanerAccent #southafricanaccent #FreeDocumentary #SouthAfricaToday #PoorWhiteSouthAfricans

Poor White South Africans: Living in a Squatter Camp in South Africa Today | A documentary about white people living in poverty in Krugersdorp, South Africa.

South Africa is the most unequal country in the world. But it is rare for one to see white people living in poverty in this country which has the biggest European population in Africa.

In Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg there is a community of Afrikaner white people who are living in a squatter camp with black South Africans.

Among these people is an Afrikaner woman who is doing charity work in the community, her name is Elize Saunders.

She is running a soup kitchen to feed the community.

Saunders provides meals for the elderly and children in the community through a food donor and sponsor.

Having been moved there in 2015, they say they are living in peace with their black neighbours. In this documentary by Dinilohlanga Mekuto of Something Nice with Dinano, they speak about their way of living.

This is their story.
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1,041 Views · 1 month ago

What was happening in Africa during Europe's Dark Ages? | African History |
The 'Dark Ages' in Europe lasted until the 14th century. History shows that this period saw little scientific and cultural advancement in Europe. On the other hand, Africa was thriving because of its wealth in Gold, salt, ivory, and other resources.
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2,820 Views · 1 month ago

What are crystals and where do they come from? Let's get into the African roots of crystals.

1,078 Views · 1 month ago

Did You Know this About The Bantus? | Sankofa Pan Africa | African History Series

Bantu is a general term for hundreds of ethnic groups spread over most of Sub-Saharan Africa. Why and how did they get scattered throughout such a wide continent?

What this episode as Dr. Bunmi Oyinsan breaks shares this history.

#AfricanHistory​ #Bantu​ #Africa​ #Migration​

3,224 Views · 1 month ago

As far as African dictators go, there is probably no single greater illustration of the nuances and complexities that underpin dictatorships in Africa, than Joseph Desire Mobutu’s 31 year stint, as the leader of the nation known today as the DRC.

A self-proclaimed anti-communist who modelled his entire state apparatus after China’s chairman Mao. A self-styled African revolutionary, who collaborated with his country’s former colonisers to assassinate his own prime minister and a proud Afrocentric, whose love for European luxuries and prestige would see him seize control of an estimated one third of his country’s GDP and build a personal net worth nearly twice the size of his country’s national debt.

A paradoxical man from a nation of paradox. Mobutu may have been stereotypically arrogant and cruel, but he was far from a simpleton. His over 3 decades as Congo’s Supreme leader, would be built on a complex combination of evil genius, will power and good fortune.

#Congo #Africa #History

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1,300 Views · 1 month ago

The history of Africa and the Middle East from the ancient era to 2016. It should be noted that this video does not cover every year before the year 600.

African Sunset
James Paget - The Hero
Matthew L. Fisher - Inspirational Africa

2,115 Views · 1 month ago

In Part 1 Peter Jones recounts the facinating history of Zambia, formerly known as Northern Rhodesia. Africa has a rich history and this series delves into that.

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1,096 Views · 1 month ago

You may have heard of these European Emperors, Kings and Queens, but did you know that they were Black? Don't forget to subscribe to our youtube channel to get more content like this. Like, share and comment to help the platform.

Ancient Europe is not what we've been taught. Many things have been whitewashed, especially its ancient History. Here are some facts that you probably didn't know.

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2,114 Views · 1 month ago

We have started a new series aimed at telling the real story about what happened in Africa, which is different to the one our children are being told about.

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