Aftermath of Another Mass Shooting in America

by Gabrielle Jean-Baptiste

Posted on 26 February 2018


Aftermath of Another Mass Shooting in America

It saddens everyone to hear about a mass shooting in one of the top three high schools of Broward County.


This incident took place in Parkland. Fla, in Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Parkland is known to be one of the most prominent city in Broward c ...

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African to African by Ntsiki Mazwai, Giving her version of its meaning.

by Mark Anthony

Posted on 04 January 2018


African to African by Ntsiki Mazwai, Giving her version of its meaning.

A vocal and opinionated woman Nontsikelelo Mazwai has the ability to provoke issues that become national debate. A talented artist who has worked with the cream of South Africa’s musical crop, Ntsiki is steadily growing into a powerhouse on the local cultural landscape. Our out ...

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The Killings of Albinos in South Africa with Kuli Roberts

by Mark Anthony

Posted on 12 November 2017


The Killings of Albinos in South Africa with Kuli Roberts

In Africa, thousands of Albino people are killed unlawfully for unnecessary superstitious reasons. We are told that the government is turning a blind eye to this blatant murder of innocent people. We spoke to one of South Africa’s key activists who has been protesting against this unlawful ...

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Activist Norman Solomon speaks on hope for a future with each other.

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 31 July 2017


Norman Solomon speaks on our hope for a future with each other.

It saddens everyone to hear about a mass shooting in one of the top three high schools of Broward County.


This incident took place in Parkland. Fla, in Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Parkland is known to be one of the most prominent city in Broward c ...

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The People of Haiti Elected the Banana Man

by Gabrielle Jean-Baptiste

Posted on 06 February 2017


Jovenel Moise, Haiti

Jovenel Moise, allias the banana man was elected president in Haii on the last election of November 20, 2016. He will sworn into power on February 7, 2017



As a businessman, President-elect Moise has used agriculture to build his wealth and help his community by creating new jobs thr ...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF ACTIVISM – Part 1

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 13 September 2016


Importance of activism

In each issue of Impact, staff writer and Editor Adrian Zupp will present an essay on an aspect of social change/justice. In his first essay, he discusses the most fundamental element of the process: activism


THE IMPORTANCE OF ACTIVISM – Part 1

(This is Part 1 of a two-pa ...

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The African American Burial Ground

by Dee Pardo

Posted on 06 September 2016


African American Burial Ground

Right in the center of the busy streets of lower Manhattan, on Duane Street between Elk and Reade Streets, is a landmark that reminds us of New York’s slave heritage—the African burial ground. This site is now a National Monument that receives too little recognition, but that will cha ...

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Black Lives Matter, its Meaning and its Mission

by Andre Gee

Posted on 16 June 2016


Black Lives Matter, All Lives matter

In April, New York Activist Tony Herbert sarcastically referenced the Black Lives Matter organization in a video about 17-year-old Ta'Jae Warner, who was beaten to death in New York by “people that look just like her.” In March, football legend and unlikely social commentator Ray Lewi ...

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Touching Miami Love Helps Communities in Need

by Jean Baptiste

Posted on 16 March 2016


Touching Miami Love Helps Communities in Need

Touching Miami Love Helps Communities in Need, by Sergio Bonilla, contributor to Impact Global News Magazine.


Isaac Williams is no stranger to seeing young men in his community perish. Every time he hears someone he grew up with is gunned down, he thinks of the same hypo ...

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Keeping it radical: an interview with Charles Barron

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 01 April 2016


KEEPING IT RADICAL: An interview with Charles Barron

Charles Barron is an inspiring anomaly. A former Black Panther who crossed over into electoral politics but stayed true to his roots. A New York Assemblyman who is as comfortable in the streets with a megaphone as he is in the congressional chamber standing up to anyone who tries to take libertie ...

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Love is the question and the answer: an interview with veteran activist Mel King

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 03 July 2016


Love is the question and the answer:  an interview with veteran activist Mel King

There would be few community activists who have been fighting for social justice as long as Boston’s Mel King. Born (in 1928), raised, and still a resident of the city’s South End area, he has seen the neighborhood transform from one of the city’s poorest in the 1960s into its c ...

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Noam Chomsky On Race And Activism

by Adrian Zupp

Posted on 29 March 2016


Noam Chomsky On Race And Activism

Noam Chomsky is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading intellectuals, dissidents, and social commentators. He is a professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the author of over 100 books, including Hegemony or Survival: America’s Quest for Global Domina ...

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