Rachel Dolezal: New Book Deal About Her Experiences Facing “Discrimination” as a “Black” Woman

  Rachel Dolezal, the infamous Caucasian woman who portrayed herself as an African-American woman, now has a book deal for her memoirs entitled, In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World. From 2014 to 2015, Dolezal was the president of the NAACP’s chapter in Spokane, Washington. She was an outspoken civil…

Mariah Carey’s Billionaire Romance Ends

  Singer Mariah Carey’s high-profile engagement with Australian billionaire James Packer has ended dramatically, according to their representatives. And the drama hasn’t ended with their split. Carey is reportedly keeping the engagement ring, worth a whopping $10 million. Sources say she’s also demanding a $50 million settlement from her wealthy ex, including a lavish LA…

The ABE Initiative: Creating A Future Of Opportunity For African Youth

  Now that Jacquiline Njoki Mathenge, Robin Pik Kipkoech, Robert Thuo Ndiritu, and Geoffrey Mwendwa Nzomo have returned to Kenya with their Master’s degrees from the International University of Japan (IUJ), they all plan on forging a connection between Kenyan companies and the Japanese private sector as they begin their careers. Armed with newly acquired…

Striking Sudan Medical Professionals Raise Concerns

Sudanese doctors are taking a stand in protest against the deteriorating conditions and low wages at government-run hospitals. An independent doctors union known as the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors (CCSD), said that only emergency cases would be seen by medics within government hospitals. Some privately-run hospitals are remaining open.   What Happened? Approximately 95%…