Royal Consciousness: Poems, Articles and Essays

Royal Consciousness: Poems, Articles and Essays

By Black Business Mine Publishing House
We read orginal stories from the Authors at BBM Publishing House pieces come directly from our Royal Qulture Magazine.
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Top articles of 2019
These are our most popular article of the year. Hope you enjoy.
15:41
December 24, 2019
Top African Events of 2019
Tune in while we recap the top African political events of 2019. Our stories matter and we will share them.
10:33
December 24, 2019
6 Success Tips Every Entrepreneur can use to end the year strong!
2020 is almost here and it is important that business owners cross their t’s and dot their i’s.
08:08
December 24, 2019
Poems by Royal Reel
The Pyramids by Royal Reel
01:21
August 15, 2019
The Racists History of Cannabis Prohibition
Writer Sipho Sebele details the intricate truth about the history of race based marijuana policies in the US. Read more at www.medium.com/Royal-Qulture
09:01
August 5, 2019
Diabetes in African Americans today
Time to take a closer look at he affect Diabetes is having on our community. Short article byRoxi Taylor
05:16
August 5, 2019
Thinking for generations to come: 10 things we MUST prepare black children for over next 10 years
10 things we Must prepare Black children for. Short article with ideas and solutions for preparing our next generation to succeed and thrive.
10:23
August 4, 2019
The Global Gentrification of Cannabis
Is the African diaspora being left behind in the cannabis boom? Sipho Sebele explores the issue.
07:09
July 31, 2019
The South African Election is over, What needs to be done Now!
The South African election is complete but a long road lies ahead.
03:51
July 2, 2019
Sudanese Uprising! Sudanese are fighting the military and dying for it.
Sudanese are being murdered, raped and terrorized for demanding a better life, and no nation has stood up for them. The Sudanese people have been protesting for months for a change in government because the current regime has made life unbearable for them. Sudan was led by Omar al-Bashir till his forced resignation in April 2019. He was the president of Sudan since the military coup of 1989, in which he quickly established an oppressive and racist government that would rule over Sudan for three decades.
05:40
June 13, 2019