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Celebrating seven Black-owned businesses in London

Article content With the spotlight heavily focused on shopping local this year, the London Free Press is highlighting seven Black entrepreneurs in London who have weathered the storm throughout the pandemic and are continuing to offer unique, high-quality products and services to all Londoners. See how you can support the Black community in London by […]

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Meet Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, the Fastest Woman in the World Who Just Broke Usain Bolt’s Record

Nationwide — Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, a Jamaican sprinter, has been named the fastest woman in the world after her recent victory in the 100-meter final at the World Championships in Doha, Qatar. At the age of 32, she has also made history as the oldest woman to ever win the title. Fraser-Pryce sprinted pass her contenders and […]

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How reggae and dancehall kept ganja on the agenda

“GANJA IS the healing of the nation” – a phrase that I am all too familiar hearing, due to my love of reggae and dancehall music. Singing about ganja rates as one of the top five topics in such music, the others being bad mind, girls, gangster lifestyle and Father God. The relationship between marijuana […]

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9 Black-Owned Activewear Brands To Shop Before Your Next Sweat Sesh

With every new day comes the inevitable promises to yourself that you’ll do an at-home workout, take longer walks with the dog or actually go on a hike for once. Trying to fit exercise into our daily lives can feel like a chore, which is why having something cute to wear while working out is […]

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Toots and The Maytals Win 2021 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album

[LOS ANGELES] – Toots and The Maytals won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album with Got to be Tough here March 14, six months after its legendary lead singer died from complications of the Coronavirus. The announcement was made from the Staples Center where the 63rd Grammys were held virtually. Got to be Tough […]

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How English slave owners made Barbados the world’s first slave society

Slaves cutting sugarcane on the Caribbean island of Antigua, aquatint from Ten Views of the Island of Antigua by William Clark, 1832. Barbados became the world’s first slave society when Britain’s first slave owners built the land on slavery. Prof. Hilary Beckles of the University of the West Indies noted it was a historical event […]

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A Short History Of How Anthony Fauci Has Kept Failing Up Since 1984

The media buried long-standing scientific concerns that Anthony Fauci had been ‘sucking money away from work to understand and counter natural disease outbreaks.’ In 2003, terrorism was a more immediate national danger than infectious diseases. Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) had just redirected $117 million from infectious diseases to […]

Article content With the spotlight heavily focused on shopping local this year, the London Free Press is highlighting seven Black entrepreneurs in London who have weathered the storm throughout the pandemic and are continuing to offer unique, high-quality products and services to all Londoners. See how you can support the Black community in London by […]

Nationwide — Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, a Jamaican sprinter, has been named the fastest woman in the world after her recent victory in the 100-meter final at the World Championships in Doha, Qatar. At the age of 32, she has also made history as the oldest woman to ever win the title. Fraser-Pryce sprinted pass her contenders and […]

“GANJA IS the healing of the nation” – a phrase that I am all too familiar hearing, due to my love of reggae and dancehall music. Singing about ganja rates as one of the top five topics in such music, the others being bad mind, girls, gangster lifestyle and Father God. The relationship between marijuana […]

With every new day comes the inevitable promises to yourself that you’ll do an at-home workout, take longer walks with the dog or actually go on a hike for once. Trying to fit exercise into our daily lives can feel like a chore, which is why having something cute to wear while working out is […]

[LOS ANGELES] – Toots and The Maytals won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album with Got to be Tough here March 14, six months after its legendary lead singer died from complications of the Coronavirus. The announcement was made from the Staples Center where the 63rd Grammys were held virtually. Got to be Tough […]

Slaves cutting sugarcane on the Caribbean island of Antigua, aquatint from Ten Views of the Island of Antigua by William Clark, 1832. Barbados became the world’s first slave society when Britain’s first slave owners built the land on slavery. Prof. Hilary Beckles of the University of the West Indies noted it was a historical event […]

The media buried long-standing scientific concerns that Anthony Fauci had been ‘sucking money away from work to understand and counter natural disease outbreaks.’ In 2003, terrorism was a more immediate national danger than infectious diseases. Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) had just redirected $117 million from infectious diseases to […]

A Canadian company is working on ultra-lightweight, all-hemp plane that runs on hemp fuel! Canadian cannabis firm Hempearth has designed a plane made from and fueled by hemp oil. The body and wings of the plane are made from composite hemp fibers that are 10 times stronger than steel, according to the company. Even the […]

By Stephanie Kramer For decades, the share of U.S. children living with a single parent has been rising, accompanied by a decline in marriage rates and a rise in births outside of marriage. A new Pew Research Center study of 130 countries and territories shows that the U.S. has the world’s highest rate of children […]

Jamaican stoner babies are happy and smarter—and this is not some one-off study done by amateurs. Completed by Dr. Melanie Creagan Dreher PhD, RN FAAN, the study widely contradicts many American studies of similar nature. Read on to see what Dr. Dreher discovered during her time in Jamaica. It’s true– this is not some one-off […]