September 11, 2010

Blog Safari #43

There are some truly creative Black bloggers out in the afrosphere. This semi-regular blog safari is designed to help you find and enjoy these talented folks. I encourage you to join Nyabingi, our rhino-guide, by visiting the links below to enjoy these suggested blog posts!

Let us know if you come across any remarkable posts that should be shared in our next Blog Safari!

2 comments:

Anna Renee said...

Hi there Villager! Let me get to the point! I want to get on your list of Afrospear Bloggers!! :-)

My recommendations: You once featured my old blog about a year ago -- But black folks don't read do they? Now called The Black Culture Blog, We're Global!

Im a contributor at the Afrospear Think Tank Blog at Wordpress. Brother Asabagna sends me to you with greetings!

I brightened your day with that piece on the Main Ingredient! (This is reason alone to add me to your list! smile)

I would love to be a part of what you're doing at the Village! It's important for black bloggers to be heard--and to be known by each other.
I blog from the perspective of teaching black folks to think freely and for themselves. I hate the corporate media and the evil manipulation that it does to black people (and white people for that matter)
I try to open black folks mind to their own culture and steer them away from always looking at themselves from a negative viewpoint, which is the goal of the corp media as it concerns blacks.
I talk about my own issues and try to be transparent in order to help others and build on-line comaraderie.
I do not hate white people or other races of people and I listen to legitimate points of views from whites. I try not to be a snob!!

So there it is! I hope that I can become a part of your Village on the Afrospear List!!
Blessings and much respect from Anna Renee at
http://nachalooman.wordpress.com

Villager said...

Anna - I truly appreciate you for taking time to share your village voice!

You can apply for AfroSpear membership via our GoogleGroup.