Are You a Secondary Guardian
to White Skin Privilege?
When the men history remembers as the Buffalo Soldiers were removed from protecting newly freed men and women in the South and transferred west to quell Native people for a racist, expansionist government, these brave men became sentinels for white supremacy.
(In the article, Elena Featherston continues a discussion she had with Publisher Wayne Young on how Blacks can be conscious and subconscious guardians of white supremacy, ironically, in an Irish Pub in Berlin, Germany, on a hot day.
The 21st Annual Calumet Heritage Conference
The Calumet Region includes some of the most storied, but less known histories of African people in North America. The region was home of the Potawatomi and later became home of a mixture of people from Africa, Eastern Europe, and from Spanish–speaking countries. Today, it is home to one of the largest concentrations of African people in the world.
POH Reader Survey Results
We conducted our second Port Of Harlem Survey from June 18, 2020 through August 31, 2020. We use this and other data to create a better and more responsive product for you. Here the results of your collective responses.
Port Of Harlem Talk Radio Expands to Podcast Platforms
You can now find Port Of Harlem Talk Radio on the following podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts, Breaker, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and RadioPublic. The internet broadcast also remains available via the Port Of Harlem Talk Radio webpage.
The Gambia: Why MPs Just Shot Down the Popular New Draft Constitution
During his 21 year rule, Yahya Jammeh amended the constitution 50 times – such as to remove term limits and change the requirement for electoral victory from an absolute majority to a plurality – in order to consolidate his power. It was therefore a national priority when President Adama Barrow came to office in 2017 to replace what many referred to as "Jammeh's constitution."
Both "Why Denouncing White Supremacy Creates Safety, Security, and Racial Equity" and "Muslims Making Change: National Honors," happens online Wed, Oct 14. The later will feature Maya Harris, sister of Sen. Kamala Harris. Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society 2020 Annual Conference & Exhibition is finally here, Wed, Oct 14–Sat, Oct 17. Under "Theater" see a number of Hattiloo (Memphis) Theater performances recordings including Iola's (Ida B. Wells) Southern Fields.
Our review of "The Black Emperor on Broadway" was the most popular article amongst our subscribers. Our interview with Nija Okoro from the newly released movie is available on our Port Of Harlem Talk Radio page. Trump's sad inability to denounce white supremacy prompted our Instagram followers to make the image of a victim of White supremacy our top Instagram post.