Lionheart Oscar Nomination: Hollywood Actress, Kerry Washington Rejoices With Genevieve In Igbo Language

Hollywood actress Kerry Washington has been learning Igbo, it seems. The actress who is married to Hollywood based Nnamdi Asomugha, congratulated actress Genevieve Nnaji in Igbo language, following her film Lionheart‘s nomination for an Oscar award. Continue reading in the link below: See what Kerry Washington told Genevieve Note: Most ancestors of Afro Americans were…… Continue reading Lionheart Oscar Nomination: Hollywood Actress, Kerry Washington Rejoices With Genevieve In Igbo Language

Today Is Igbo Landing Day 2019

Today, we at Igbo Defender remember Igbo Landing, the first civil rights protest on US soil. In 1803, some Igbos who had been kidnapped under the transatlantic slave genocide arrived Dunbar Creek, Georgia, US. Led by Oba, a Lucumi Igbo Prince, the Igbos held what turned out to be the first civil rights protest of…… Continue reading Today Is Igbo Landing Day 2019

THE GREATER IGBO NATION

(Identifying Igbo Variants During the Era of the Slave Trade) By Ishaq D. Al-Sulaimani Vernon (Alufiel) Grier, Ed.D INTRODUCTION It is universally recognized that Igbo is the correct spelling of the tribe that currently comprises the majority of the inhabitants of south-eastern Nigeria and of whom are readily associated with the Biafran revolution, however during…… Continue reading THE GREATER IGBO NATION

Marina Silva, Brazil, Afro Americans And Greatness

In the midst of the Olympic Games, Brazil faces a disgraceful political crisis and has been forced to impeach its president Dilma Rousseff. Brazil is the first country which would be hosting the Olympics while being forced to put its president on trial. They faced a better choice during the last presidential elections in the person of Marina…… Continue reading Marina Silva, Brazil, Afro Americans And Greatness