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Robbie Shakespeare of Sly and Robbie fame has died

Robbie Shakespeare, one half of the powerhouse rhythm duo of Sly and Robbie, has died. A close associate confirmed his passing to The Gleaner a short while ago. Shakespeare had reportedly been ailing for some time and had undergone surgery related to his kidneys. He was living overseas and was in hospital in Florida. In […]

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Reggae Singer Lila Iké Comes Out As Gay, Shares She Was Raped & Blackmailed

Lila Iké says someone trying to blackmail her so she’s saying it first, “so what if am into women?” The Reggae singer made the shocking disclosure on her Twitter account as she claims that she is sharing the information before anyone else can use it against her and that someone is trying to kill her. […]

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An Indigenous storyteller and an ex-logger’s quest to protect an ancient landscape

A new film puts the spotlight on the Muskwa-Kechika, one of the largest wild landscapes left on earth. CBC News · Posted: Sep 11, 2021 10:00 AM PT | Last Updated: September 12 It’s one of the largest wild landscapes in the world, and two friends — a Dene-Kwagul storyteller and a logger-turned-conservationist — want to ensure it […]

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Police treatment of Indigenous protesters differs starkly from white protesters, experts say

The RCMP said it evaluates the threat and risk of each case, and responds in an appropriate manner Angela Sterritt · CBC News · Posted: Sep 12, 2021 6:00 AM PT | Last Updated: September 12 Indigenous people and criminology experts say the hands-off police treatment of people protesting mandatory vaccinations, many of whom are white, starkly differs from […]

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PFIZER CONFIRMS COVID-VACCINATED PEOPLE CAN ‘SHED ’ SPIKE PROTEINS AND HARM THE UNVACCINATED..

May 4, 2021, by: CFT Team A new study has confirmed that people who have been vaccinated against COVID produce excessive spike proteins that are capable of passing the Blood Brain Barrier causing irreparable damage to the brain — and Pfizer’s own documents warn that vaccinated people actually shed these excessive spike proteins putting the unvaccinated at risk for harm: […]

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Fists In The Air: Sunshyne & Shyne tackle racial injustice & Residential School System in new video

A mother and daughter duo with roots in the Oneida and Chippewa Territories just recently teamed up for their first musical collaboration. “Fists In The Air,” presented by Shyne and Sunshyne, was officially released to digital streaming platforms at the beginning of September. “Fists In The Air” powerfully addresses the atrocities and injustices done to […]

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Understanding the Gods of Egypt: In Unison With Nature

Ancient Egypt is a never ending source of inspiration for many of us – their myths, their history, and their art are so wonderful and enigmatic, that they have intrigued researchers for decades. But perhaps the most astonishing part of the ancient Egyptians is their religion. Their pantheon has numerous gods that are associated with […]

Robbie Shakespeare, one half of the powerhouse rhythm duo of Sly and Robbie, has died. A close associate confirmed his passing to The Gleaner a short while ago. Shakespeare had reportedly been ailing for some time and had undergone surgery related to his kidneys. He was living overseas and was in hospital in Florida. In […]

Lila Iké says someone trying to blackmail her so she’s saying it first, “so what if am into women?” The Reggae singer made the shocking disclosure on her Twitter account as she claims that she is sharing the information before anyone else can use it against her and that someone is trying to kill her. […]

A new film puts the spotlight on the Muskwa-Kechika, one of the largest wild landscapes left on earth. CBC News · Posted: Sep 11, 2021 10:00 AM PT | Last Updated: September 12 It’s one of the largest wild landscapes in the world, and two friends — a Dene-Kwagul storyteller and a logger-turned-conservationist — want to ensure it […]

The RCMP said it evaluates the threat and risk of each case, and responds in an appropriate manner Angela Sterritt · CBC News · Posted: Sep 12, 2021 6:00 AM PT | Last Updated: September 12 Indigenous people and criminology experts say the hands-off police treatment of people protesting mandatory vaccinations, many of whom are white, starkly differs from […]

May 4, 2021, by: CFT Team A new study has confirmed that people who have been vaccinated against COVID produce excessive spike proteins that are capable of passing the Blood Brain Barrier causing irreparable damage to the brain — and Pfizer’s own documents warn that vaccinated people actually shed these excessive spike proteins putting the unvaccinated at risk for harm: […]

A mother and daughter duo with roots in the Oneida and Chippewa Territories just recently teamed up for their first musical collaboration. “Fists In The Air,” presented by Shyne and Sunshyne, was officially released to digital streaming platforms at the beginning of September. “Fists In The Air” powerfully addresses the atrocities and injustices done to […]

Ancient Egypt is a never ending source of inspiration for many of us – their myths, their history, and their art are so wonderful and enigmatic, that they have intrigued researchers for decades. But perhaps the most astonishing part of the ancient Egyptians is their religion. Their pantheon has numerous gods that are associated with […]

Sahure was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who lived during the Old Kingdom period. He was a ruler of the 5th Dynasty, and his reign was marked by peace and prosperity. Amongst other things, Sahure traded with foreign lands, developed a navy, and opened up mines. Sahure is also well-known for the pyramid complex that he […]

“Jam On It” by Newcleus is a true hip-hop classic. The track is dense with groove, creative production, and lyrical panache. “Jam On It” is so dense with groove, creative production, and lyrical panache, traditional pop song length can’t contain it. Regardless, the song never feels a moment too long. Its deliberate, delicate keyboard plinks evoke the New Romantic […]

As he releases new music at the age of 77, one of reggae’s foundational figures charts his astonishing life in music, via swinging London, Brazilian samba and the chaotic bravado of The Harder They ComeFri 6 Aug 2021 06.00 BST Last modified on Thu 12 Aug 2021 21.02 BST 105 Even on his parents’ rural […]