College Dropout Candace Owens Says It’s ‘A Fact’ That Maxine Waters Has A Low IQ

Candace Owens‘ claim to fame is defending white supremacy — she’s Omarosa 2.0 — and she is constantly attacking other women of color from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Ihlan Omar. Also, the 30-year-old also has an obsession with 80-year-old Maxine Waters. While babbling on Fox News, the only network she will appear on now, she claimed “it’s a fact” that Maxine Waters has a low IQ. MORE: New Zealand Mosque Terrorist Reportedly Was Listening to Civil War Music Owens appeared on Laura Ingraham‘s hateful show along with Cornell West. The professor…

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Sudan, Algeria, Libya: new Arab spring stalls as Trump looks away

There was a time, not so very long ago, when the US was held up as a model for other nations to emulate. That time has passed. Last week witnessed more gratuitous international hooliganism by the Trump administration. Its latest depredations include extra-territorial bullying of trade and business rivals, violent threats against Iran, an absurdly biased “peace plan” for Palestine, resumed arms sales to fuel the Saudis’ war in Yemen, and an assault on global press freedom. Anger and dismay over Donald Trump’s wildly swinging wrecking ball obscure they ways…

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Historic Shelley House in St. Louis Gets Official Recognition on New U.S. Civil Rights Trail

When J.D. Shelley and Ethel Shelley attempted to buy this house at 4600 Labadie Avenue in St. Louis in 1948, they were told it could not be sold to blacks. Their fight went to the U.S. Supreme Court, resulting in a ruling that struck down racial covenants in housing. (Photo: FrancisNancy via commons.wikipedia.org) The historic “Shelley House” at 4600 Labadie Avenue in St. Louis was dedicated yesterday by the National Park Service as Missouri’s first official site on the new U.S. Civil Rights Trail. U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay and…

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Spotting Low Self-Esteem Women.

You are here: Home / Health / Spotting Low Self-Esteem Women. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 11 (ThyBlackMan.com) Today in America women strategize with each other every day. Many women (not all) plot, scheme and collaborate on how to get men, trick men, use men, take from men, punish men, make men pay for what other men did and then some. Then when men flip the script, suddenly these women are “harmless innocent victims”. Women, good or bad, crazy or sane, have more rights than men in this…

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Kenya: Cholera – Mombasa Shuts Down Health Facilities

By Winnie Atieno Mombasa County government has shut down four health facilities to prevent a possible cholera outbreak. In a statement released on Friday, the county’s health department said it had shut down the facilities to prevent the spread of water borne diseases. FLOODS “Due to the ongoing rainfall and floods in the county, the Department of Health Services has decided to close down some of its facilities to prevent water borne diseases,” a statement from the department reads. The most affected facilities are in Kisauni and Nyali sub counties.…

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Malawi’s High Court orders vote recount

Malawi’s High Court on Saturday ordered the electoral board not to announce presidential results until ballots from a third of the voting districts have been recounted, after opposition complaints of rigging. The electoral body which has to announce the final results within eight days of voting, had on Friday suspended updating the tallies from the May 21 vote in order to resolve 147 complaints raised by some of the parties. The main opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) of Lazarus Chakwera went to court after noticing what it claimed were irregularities…

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MTN Nigeria under investigation

MTN Nigeria said on Saturday it is under investigation by the Nigerian financial crimes agency over its listing last week, although it “has not been accused of any wrongdoing” by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. The listing of MTN Nigeria, a unit of South African telecoms firm MTN Group, made it the second-largest firm on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, and since then its share price has risen from 90 naira to 140 naira. A spokesman for Nigeria’s financial crimes agency was not immediately available for comment. We received all…

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Research by Black Female Professor Reveals Startling Truth That White Women Made Up 40% of Slaveowners

A set of data uncovered by University of California-Berkeley professor reveals southern white women played a heavier role in the enslavement of Africans than previously thought. Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers, an associate professor of history at the university, combed through data from the 1850 and 1860 census and revealed that white women made up around 40% of slaveowners. Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers, associate profesor of history at UC Berkely. (Photo: University of California Berkley) The findings helped Jones-Rogers compile her book, “They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the…

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Finalists named for Tusk Award for Conservation

Three people have been named as short-list finalists for the 2019 Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa. The award, administered by the Tusk Trust in the UK, seeks to support wildlife and habitat protection. This year’s finalists include nominees from Uganda, Kenya and Senegal. Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka was the first woman ever appointed as a veterinary officer for the Ugandan Wildlife Service, and is a pioneer in restoring wildlife in the national parks after the years of poaching during wartime. She is the founder and CEO of Uganda’s Conservation Through Public…

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SA’s mohair industry makes ‘responsible wool’ a priority

It’s been a year since South African goat farmers came under scrutiny from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia. The films PETA released, alleging unethical and cruel practices in the mohair industry, led to hundreds of clothing and home furnishing retailers refusing to use South African angora wool. Among them are some of the world’s biggest brands, and the trade group Mohair South Africa – in a country where about half of the world’s mohair supply is produced – responded swiftly with an investigation. Now they’re working…

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