Amidst health insecurity and threats, Biden should pick Rice for VP. By Chido Nwangwu

Loading… Special to USAfrica magazine [Houston] • USAfricaonline.com By Chido Nwangwu  Loading… As  the U.S presidential campaigns enter the first week of August 2020, a very important decision will be made by the Democratic Party candidate, Joe Biden. It will be his choice of a vice presidential running mate. It is familiar territory for him having served as vice president to the first African-American president of the United States, Barack Obama.  Loading… The position of VP has been described in various ways. One of my favorite quotes is the one…

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The Joe Biden Rule: ‘No Men Need Apply!’

You are here: Home / News / The Joe Biden Rule: ‘No Men Need Apply!’ Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) There is a real possibility that, this coming week, Joe Biden will be selecting the 47th president of the United States. For the woman Joe Biden picks — he has promised to exclude from consideration all men, black, brown, white or Asian — has a better chance of succeeding to the presidency than any vice presidential nominee in U.S. history, other than perhaps Harry Truman. In…

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Nutrition experts reaffirm Ajinomoto’s safety

By Adekunle Yusuf As the management of West African Seasoning Company Limited (WASCO), makers of Ajinomoto Umami food seasoning, rolls out the drums today to celebrate this year’s Umami Seasoning Day, food and nutrition experts have once again reiterated the safety of the product. The Umami Seasoning Day is celebrated on July 25 every year to raise awareness about the importance of the Umami seasoning popularly known as Ajinomoto or Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) in cooking and its safety for consumption. The day is also aimed at educating the general public…

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How White Supremacy Shaped American Christianity

Robert Jones, CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute, comes from a line of white American Christians that stretches back before the Revolutionary War. His ancestors weren’t large plantation owners or Confederate generals, or – as far as he knows – active members of the Ku Klux Klan. For much of his life, Jones believed the “unremarkable” nature of his family’s background meant that white supremacy wasn’t a part of their history. But he’s recently started to tell a different kind of story – one that acknowledges that white privilege…

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Down goes Mr. 9-9-9.

Rest in peace Herman Cain.  You have to feel for a guy who jigged so hard for Mr. trump that it cost him his life. Imagine having cancer and attending a trump rally in the midst of the coronavirus with all those trump cult followers who chose to go without masks. And yet that’s what the dearly departed Herman Cain did. (That’s Herman and his friends in the colored section.) Cain literally died from selling out to trump,and there are lots of other right-wing politicians who are dying a political…

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