News & Views

Your Arise Black Child Resource Center

Our media database includes the latest news footage and archives of past Arise Black Child articles. Here you will find the collection of publications and reports dating from the organization’s inception in 2000, all the way up to the present day. Check out some of our featured articles below and learn more about our efforts.

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Constitution of the Arise Black Child

June 9, 2019

Take time and acquaint yourself with our constitution.

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An inquiry into the freedom of Azania

June 9, 2019

Freedom Day Reflection 27 April. Are we really free?

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Membership Form

June 9, 2019

Want to join the movement? download form and email it back to us.

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Africa Day Reflections

June 9, 2019

What it means to be African, Why we can't celebrate Africa Day yet & How to embrace Africanism.

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#Youth Day Reflection

June 9, 2019

How to emulate the youth of 1976 to cripple white supremacy.

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The Role of Church in the Revolution

June 9, 2019

The role to be played by the church in the emancipation of the black child psychologically, economically and politically.

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Africa-Friday Reflections Vol 1 issue 1

11 September 2020

Introductory article

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Africa-Friday-Reflections Vol 1 Issue 2

18 September 2020

Picking up from Biko

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Africa-Friday-Reflection vol 1 issue 3

25 September 2020

Art, Hip-Hop & Economic Prosperity.

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Africa-Friday-Reflections vol 1 issue 4

02 October, 2020

Onto Triadic Nature of Umuntu

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Africa-Friday-Reflections vol 1 issue 5

09 October 2020

Some casual musings on the implications of neo-colonialism for the contemporary Afrika and Her People.

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Africa-Friday-Reflection

16 October 2020

Cognitive Sovereignty

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Africa Friday Reflection

30 October 2020

Musings on the paradox of the Afrikan Being

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Africa Friday Reflection

13 November 2020

Many of our 'Black Celebrities' are part of the project of Capitalism/Anti-Blackness

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Africa Friday Reflection issue 11

15 January 2021

Afrocentricity

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Africa Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 1

16 April 2021

"Freedom" through the lens of (Afrikan) Feminism: Are we unknowingly watering a poisonous tree?

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 2

23 April 2021

Aluta Termina (The struggle discontinues)

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 3

30 April 2021

Reflections of a Free Black Youth?

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 4

07 May 2021

Workers' Rights in the Digital Age.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 5

14 May 2021

Black Male Mental Health in the wake of Feminism: An unspoken truth about how Black women can be detrimental to the Black Man's Mental Health.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 6

28 May 2021

Africa: Continental Contemplations

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 7

04 June 2021

" Umojaninguvu- Unity is Strength" [Kiswahili Proverb]

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 8

11 June 2021

BEYOND THE ’76 UPRISING: ACKNOWLEDING THE STRUGGLES OF AFRIKANS IN THE AFRIKAN-AMERIKAN DIASPORA.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 issue 9

25 June 2021

Youth-Truth.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 10

02 July 2021

Money is changing, are you catching on?

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 11

09 July 2021

Drawing a parallel between Afrikan leaders in political and social climates, and the dangers of generalizing the contributions made by leaders in each climate.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 12

16 July 2021

An Afrocentric critique of the current violence, looting and riots by Black people in South Africa: Using the Amos Wilsonian paradigm.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 13

23 July 2021

Bystanders- A side view of the revolution.

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Afrika Friday Reflection (Vol 2) Issue 14

30 July 2021

On your marks, Get set, Go! The Show Must Go On.

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Afrika Friday Reflection (Vol 2) Issue 15

06 August 2021

Lessons to learn from the women of August 9th, 1956.

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Afrika Friday Reflection (Vol 2) Issue 16

13 August 2021

A message to my beautiful Black Queens

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 17

20 August 2021

SANKOFA! A CALL FOR THE RETURN TO OUR AFRIKAN FEMININE-CENTERED SPIRITUALITY.

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 17

28 August

Who cares about the Carers? It is about time we move the economics of care to the front!

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 18

03 September 2021

He Lives! Biko Lives!

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Afrika Friday Reflection Vol 2 Issue 19

10 September 2021

Inzalo Yelanga: Reorienting ourselves back to our Afrikan Indigenous Cosmology.

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Afrika Friday Reflection (Vol 2) Issue 20

24 September 2021

"What message are we leaving for our children?"

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Afrika Friday Reflection (Vol 2) Issue 21

08 October 2021

Born Seeker, Rejoice, Rejoice!