BLAK TeK – 6.23.20

Nigerian startup Jamborow raises $400k for blockchain-based fintech platform Ventureburn Staff Reporter Nigerian startup Jamborow has reportedly raised $400 000 from its shareholders to expand its blockchain-based B2B fintech platform... Featured image (from left to right): Jamborow founders Moses Onitilo, John Kamara and Olusegun George Black founders want tech companies to do more than donate By Molly … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 6.23.20

Suffering behind the mask: Black Men and Mental Health

Author’s note: I am not a psychologist/psychiatrist but I’ve experienced anxiety attacks and depression during times in my life.  Most of us have. Many black men suffer in silence perhaps not knowing that they may have mental health issues.  Many stand behind the mask…suffering.  This column is dedicated to them.   An often-overlooked problem in … Continue reading Suffering behind the mask: Black Men and Mental Health

Creating OUR Nu World Order

It’s become more evident than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic that many of the world's black population continue to be marginalized, minimalized, or excluded globally.  Across the African diaspora, black people are underserved by systems that seem to fully support others during times of need.  These systems, political, financial, health care, and food supply to … Continue reading Creating OUR Nu World Order

BLAK TeK – 5.27.20

New Amazon Prime documentary shows how Bitcoin is changing Africa By Adriana Hamacher It turns out that Africa is a perfect proving ground for Bitcoin, according to a documentary and companion report... African Cybercriminals Net Millions In Fraudulent Covid-19 Government Claims By Emma Woollacott A West African cybercriminal group has scammed the US government out … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 5.27.20

Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(May 21, 2020)

Letter From Britain: COVID-19 Devastating Black Britons — THE PuLSE INSTITUTE By Joan Blaney Constant news-updates on COVID-19 informs us in the United Kingdom about newly diagnosed patients, the daily rise in death rates and, the bravery of our frontline health care workers who risk their own lives to save others. As we enter our … Continue reading Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(May 21, 2020)