In this video, the youths of Ijora are defending the palace of their Oba, the Ojora of Ijora from being burnt by angry youths during the EndSARS protest. According to the youths, the palace is part of their heritage, and they won’t see it destroyed. Watch.
Between 1959 and 1970, many US Afro Americans in Tennessee were evicted from their homes and blacklisted from buying things for daring to exercise their rights to vote. These people moved to a camp called Tent City or Freedom Village. Read more about their courageous life here.
The famous US military academy, West Point now has an Afro American commander for the first time. See details
Looking philosophically at the general societal discouragement of suicide, there is a utilitarian element to it – as society doesn’t want the pain that comes with death of a loved one or death reported in the media.
This video shows the moment prisoners were freed from Benin prison. Some alleged prisoners mentioned how long they’ve spent in prison as they passed the camera. Watch here.