The Black Man Who Founded Chicago

Point du Sable – By Oguejiofo Annu

There is no known record of Point du Sable’s life prior to the 1770s; his birth year, place of birth, and parents are unknown, though he is suspected to have been of Muurish American, or an original Moor of Europe, a Black American Indian (yes they are thousands of them) or a man of African descent. Anyway, he was a black man in the modern day sense. read more

The HIV-AIDS Scam Backfires

Executive director of the United Nations Population Fund, Babatunde Osotimehin

The international community has “made a mistake” with the intensity of its focus on the global HIV-Aids epidemic and lost ground on family planning issues as a result, according to the head of the United Nations population agency. read more