History of Timbuktu – A Multicultural African Legacy Most people think of Timbuktu as the remotest place on earth. Others even think of Timbuktu as being a legend or place which existed only in people’s imagination. Timbuktu is located in the present day Republic of Mali at the edge of the Sahara desert.
By Lucius Gantt It seems like almost everybody that has a social media presence is chiming in on who is the best candidate to support for President in the upcoming 2020 election. It is way too early to convince me or anyone that knows United States election history that any candidate will get Read More…
Atlanta, GA — A set of triplets from Ola High School in McDonough, Georgia have graduated summa cum laude, each with a perfect 4.0 GPA! The school and their parents are so proud of the three outstanding students.
Nationwide — Anne Kihagi, an African American businesswoman and real estate investor, has been the victim of judicial injustice in San Francisco. Judge Angela Bradstreet has perpetrated many injustices against Ms. Kihagi, chief among them that she was harassing tenants. Ms. Kihagi, says though, that the tenants were harassing her, even circulating a group email Read More…
The Gantt Report By Lucius Gantt The phrase “Make America Great Again” is nothing but another way to say “Make America White Again”! Can I prove it? In my mind, hell yes!
Atlanta, GA — At just 14-years old, Sydney Wilson is about to start her freshman year at the prestigious Spelman College this fall, making her the youngest student ever admitted into the all-women HBCU.
Houston, TX — Mrs. Beatrice Lillie, an 80-year old grandmother, has graduated college with an Associate’s degree in business management from Houston Community College’s Business Center of Excellence.
By Lucius Gantt Black people that I know love peaches. They enjoy peach pie, peach cobbler, peach soda and peach flavored ice cream. But there is one peach that many African Americans are reluctant to taste, the undesirable impeach!