Tag Archives: Blacks in Latin America

U.N. International Year for People of African Descent

With increasing insistence our readers have reminded us of the ever more urgent interest on the topic of Black Ethnicity especially in regions such as our Central and South America and the Caribbean Basin which, recognize it or not, the United States forms a part of.  In fact, there is a great deal of interest on this subject coming from not only Black people but from all quarters and all races that we have had to take full notice. Continue reading

Some Thoughts on the Ideology of Our Times

From the very beginning, the West Indians were part of Panam'a culture and history.

In upcoming articles we will show that the issues that I have been covering did not only affect West Indians as a group of people of African descent, but they have left a strain on our Latino-American culture, and have also affected us in our psychology as a people who have a large part in Latin American history. It is our hope that these articles would stir most young people the world over to seek peace and to work to eradicate racism and classism. Continue reading