A Platform for Dialogue. Welcome! Karibu!

Welcome to the Black Peoples Dialogue’s Black Communities forum and Duka store. We are a cultura and community website with a GO.A.L.™ to UpLift™, EmPower™, & Unify™ the many different peoples, histories, cultures, and communities of the Afrikan Diaspora.

Why Join our Black Communities forum?

Our Black Communities forum is a free platform for, the seemingly much needed, dialogue and interaction  between the many different peoples of African descent.

Meet New People all over the diaspora

The Black Peoples Dialogue (a.k.a. Afrii-Diaspora Dialogue) is meant to engage people of African descent from all over the African diaspora.

Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.

~ Dr. Martin Luther King address at the 34th Annual Convention of the National Bar Association
  • UpLift
  • EmPowerment
  • UnIfy
  • GO.A.L.
    (GO Attain Life)
  • Black Culture
  • Black History
  • AfroCentric
  • Afrikan Heritage
  • Black Youth
  • Black Communites
  • Black Excellence

Our 3 Steps Forward to our GO.A.L.

We aim to UpLift people of the Afrikan Diaspora by sharing insightful content, including historical facts, modern epidemics, and social injustices, to promote knowledge and awareness.

This is a core concept of the Black Peoples’ Dialogue. And it’s our only principle that’s in noun form. This is because when someone is EmPowered, they become able to grow and develop on their own. Thus, they become like an entity, rather than part of an entity or dependent on the entity.

Some degree of unification needs to exist between a people in order for them to survive the realities of separatism. U.S. and European historical documents state that neighboring Afrikcan civilizations were divided and played against each other, which ultimately lead to the fall of many Afrikan societies, the rise of European domination around the world, and the colonization and subsequent subjugation of Afrika.

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Warrior Woman – Ida B. Wells-Barnett

In the latter part of nineteenth century, social theories from Ida B. Wells-Barnett were forceful blows against the mainstream White male ideologies of her time. Ida Wells was born on July 16, 1862, in Holly Springs, Mississippi. It was the second year of the Civil War and she was born into a slave family.

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