March 26 – April 08, 2020
- Self–Love in the Time of Coronavirus
The Coronavirus has introduced to the world a "new normal." Use this uncertain time to take care of your health, mind, body, and spirit.
- Creating Families Across Cultural Lines
Shandra and Michael Banutu–Gomez along with Tina Riley–Fatty of Philadelphia talked about the cultural–based issues that separate them from their soul mates. We also talked to Washington, D.C. area residents, American–born Arlene Adedeji, who recently separated from her Nigerian–born husband, and Egyptian–born Mohamed Khattab and his American–born wife, Venetta.
- The Tomb Of Niankhkhnum And Khnumhotep
Egyptologist Ahmed Moussa discovered the tomb of Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum at Saqqara, Egypt in 1964, during the excavation of the causeway for the pyramid of King Unas. It is the only tomb in the cemetery where men are displayed embracing and holding hands.
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March 12 – March 25, 2020
- Black Businesses Devalued Just As Are Black Homes
Specifically, the study reveals that highly rated businesses in Black neighborhoods (as measured by Yelp ratings) experience slower revenue growth than poorly rated businesses in otherwise similar neighborhoods.
- Welcome to Nigeria – Part II of II
Later, we visited the home of Timothy and Doris Adewumi. I was surprised that Timothy, a Christian, has multiple wives. "That is our tradition," was his response to my revelation. "Are you friends with the other wife?" I asked Doris.
- What's New with Port Of Harlem?
Giveaways, advertisers' promotion, top Instagram posts reported, and Smile.Amazon donations to the Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership (POHGEP) are all happening in upcoming issues of Port Of Harlem.
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February 27 – March 11, 2020
- The Story of Sexually Exploited Enslaved Black Men
The stories of White men exploiting enslaved Black women are often included in historical accounts on film and in books. In "Rethinking Rufus," Howard University professor Thomas A. Foster explores sexual violence against enslaved men. Hear him Saturday in Alexandria, VA.
- Welcome to Nigeria - Part I of II
Pege, my camerawoman, and I were extremely nervous as we approached customs at Lagos' Mutala Muhammed Airport. However, to our pleasant surprise, all the customs people said to us, was, "Welcome to Nigeria."
- Bloomberg versus Trump
One way to critique Michael Bloomberg and Donald Trump is to look at their investments in majority Black and economically challenged city.
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February 13 – February 26, 2020
January 30 – February 12, 2020
- Health Insurance Remains a Privilege
At the Families USA Health Action Conference, Elizabeth Stone talked about being lucky though she is challenged with Hodgkins Lymphoma. One of the things that make the 32–year–old feel blessed is that she got sick in 2012, after the passage of ObamaCare. Ola Ojewumi, pictured with POH publisher Wayne Young, also shares her empowering story.
- Reverend Barber Thumps Tennessee Governor in His Presence
When Reverend Barber rose to speak, with Governor Lee less than 50 feet away, Barber rolled out thunder. "Politicians can't say they love Dr. King and how he stood for love and unity, but then you deny and refuse to support his agenda."
- In His Own Words: Martin Robison Delany
And had the Americans taken Mexico, no people would have flocked there faster than the Colored people from the United States. The same is observed of California.
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