Travel and Tourism

An Open Letter to Caribbean Men, From Caribbean Women | RH Reality Check

We do not have to smile for you. Our smiles are our own. Our lips are our own, and our smiles are a celebration of our happiness. We do not have to smile on command. We are not pretty, little, Black dolls whose smiles were painted on with red paint and a plastic brush. Sometimes, we’re busy. We’re busy thinking about geo-political trends, the next 10-mile run, or the latest cricket match. We’re too busy to be the smiling decoration that we, as women, are expected to be. Our faces can be thoughtful, angry, sad, peaceful, meditative, or bored. So stop, Caribbean men. Stop walking up to us, harassing us, and demanding that we smile. We do not have to smile for you. Our smiles are our own.

via An Open Letter to Caribbean Men, From Caribbean Women | RH Reality Check.

 

Europeans must leave South Africa! | Thought Leader

For ages, the country today known as South Africa was no more than a loose band of separate communities. The Nguni tribes, which settled on the Southern tip of Africa around the 10th century, neither considered themselves a single nation, nor did they consider the Khoisan people already inhibiting the area part of their collective.

via Europeans must leave South Africa! | Thought Leader.

 

The First Hospitals in Recorded History Found in Africa – YouTube

This is an authorized video, produced and selected by Ashra Kwesi and his company, Kemet Nu Productions for viewing on YouTube. Brother Kwesi provides an eye-witness account and identifies ancient medical instruments at the Per Ankh. These details are based on his 28 years of research, travel and conducting tours in Kemet (Egypt). For more information on his DVDs and tours, go to http://www.kemetnu.com. © Kemet Nu Productions LLC

via The First Hospitals in Recorded History Found in Africa – YouTube.