Category : Culture

- 11 months ago

Racism in Housing Then and Now

kikiposts.com - The headline in the New York Times opinion piece stated “The Jim Crow South? No, Long Island today”. In Merrick, Long Island eight out of 10 residents are white. Newsday conducted a three year invest…Tweeted by @Kiki_Thinks https://tw...

- 11 months ago

How Much A UPS Pilot Makes In Salary

United Parcel Service (UPS) is an American multinational package delivery and supply chain management company. One of its subsidiaries is the UPS Airlines which is a cargo airline based in Louisville, Kentucky. It flies to 779 destinations worldwide...

- 11 months ago

The Social Construction of Race

jacobinmag.com - The first friend I ever had was a little boy named Matt. We were maybe four or five years old. Matt came to me one day with a very serious look on his face and gave me a little talking-to. He explain…Tweeted by @CTUSpecialEd https://...

- 11 months ago

Segregation and Exploitation in the Old South

forbes.com - This Sunday’s Book Review section of the September 5, 2010 New York Times leads with David Oshinsky’s Freedom Trains, a highly favorable review of Isabel Wilkerson’s new book, “The Warmth of Other Su…Tweeted by @JimRose69872629 https://t...

- 11 months ago

How Much Money Tyler Oliveira Makes On YouTube – Net Worth

Tyler Oliveira Net Worth – $200,000 & Tyler Oliveira is a popular YouTube star from the United States who runs his own self titled channel. He has an estimated net worth of $200,000. His content consists of vlogs, challenges, work out vide...

- 11 months ago

The Rope: The Forgotten History of Segregated Rock & Roll Concerts

rollingstone.com - One night in the late 1950s, the Flamingos’ bus pulled up to a concert hall in Birmingham, Alabama, and a row of 30 to 50 police officers holding rifles and billy clubs was waiting for them. The cops…Tweeted by @BillWerde https://t...

- 11 months ago

Opinion | The ‘Lost Cause’ That Built Jim Crow

nytimes.com - Whatever the terms of Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender to General Grant at Appomattox, the Confederacy didn’t die in April 1865; it simply morphed. Frederick Douglass put it this way in 1894 in “Lesson…Tweeted by @BIKOINC https://twitter....

- 11 months ago

Photos: Zzina Fest sells out despite heavy down pour

By Reporter On Sunday, Kansanga based Galaxy FM staged their official end of year party dubbed the “Zzina Beach Fest” that was themed Party after Party. The event that was held at Entebbe based Lido Beach attracted the radio station fans from all wal...

- 11 months ago

Santa Anzo showcases at the International Thai Silk Fashion Week

By Our Reporter Award-winning Ugandan Fashion Designer, Santa Anzo joined other international designers to showcase at the International Thai Silk Fashion Week. The International Thai Silk Fashion Week was part of the activities organised in Celebra...

- 11 months ago

Photos: How the Kampala Cake Fair went down

By Our Reporter Cake lovers on Sunday stormed Uganda Museum for the annual Kampala Cake fair. By 2pm, the venue was packed with cake lovers, bakers and cake enthusiasts. Flavors, styles and cake fashions of all nature are what comprised the day. Ther...

- 11 months ago

Mark Kaheru serves meat lovers an early East African Christmas

By Reporter It was a meaty and Tusker Lite affair as food lovers flocked the Gardens Najjera for yet another East Africa Meat Carnival. Senior Chef, Mark Kaheru the host of the fast growing fiesta treated the carnival revellers to all meaty delicacie...