Afrocentric Staff Writer  

Real Afrocentric Facebook pages

This page is a follow up to our previous post on fake and hostile Facebook pages related to Africa, Africans or Black and Brown culture.

Here are genuine/authentic Afrocentric pages for you.

Please let us know if any of these are not authentic or hostile to you.

Be careful at the fake pages but defend y/our integrity if necessary. Their goal is demean and under-value.

[Last updated 2/23/2021]

  1. Khoi San OurStory
  2. Apartheid museum
  3. Teach Dem
  4. BlackLivesMatter
  5. Rita Marley
  6. Ana Lucia Araujo
  7. Marcus Garvey Rasta Community, Cape Town
  8. Tessilim Adjayi
  9. Africanews
  10. Jermaine Fowler
  11. Africa Multiple – Cluster of Excellence
  12. Africana Studies at Georgia South University
  13. African Studies Association
  14. Historic Ethiopia Through The Camera Lens: 1860s to 1990s
  15. PLO Lumumba
  16. With Respect to the Brothers
  17. Runoko Rashidi
  18. New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
  19. Jah9
  20. Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship
  21. Black Genesis 360
  22. Rastafari TV Network
  23. Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni
  24. National Heritage Council in South Africa
  25. African Studies Centre
  26. Navajo traditional teachings
  27. African Writes Festival
  28. S.H. Kumalo
  29. Face2Face Africa
  30. Malcolm X
  31. African Studies Review Journal
  32. Tourism Ethiopia
  33. The King Center
  34. The Afrikan Village & Cultural Center – St. Louis
  35. Our Black Union
  36. African Studies Quarterly
  37. Retouch_bobo 
  38. Canadian Association of African Studies
  39. Triple Crown SA
  40. Louis Armstrong House Museum
  41. Molefi Kete Asante
  42. Afrotech
  43. Wynton Marsalis
  44. Philosophy & Religious Studies at Georgia Southern
  45. Essence
  46. Michael Dean
  47. Cecile Delmore
  48. Baz-Art
  49. Black Art in America
  50. Maya Mesola
  51. Pan South African Language Board
  52. Ziggy Marley
  53. Memnon Uzan
  54. In the museums, tombs, galleries and temples with Runoko Rashidi
  55. Athol Williams
  56. 1Hood Media
  57. Nurstacris Selectress
  58. Kolumn Magazine
  59. Historians of the Black freedom movement
  60. Corey Harris
  61. Post-colonial / de-colonial thought in the Global South
  62. Ray Winbush
  63. Khoe Story: Docu-Trilogy
  64. World Reggae Music
  65. GrandMaster Flash
  66. Black Publishers and Writers Association
  67. Prince’s friend
  68. Department or History – Howard University
  69. William Dorsey
  70. African legal studies
  71. Be a King
  72. Mahmoud Younes
  73. Because of them we can
  74. Jamaica Gleaner
  75. Reggae Afrika Soundsystem
  76. Enoch Hankerson
  77. Tekle Selassie
  78. William Collins
  79. Kolumn Magazine
  80. Alice Walker
  81. Patrick Jones
  82. Free Black Women’s Library
  83. BrownMark
  84. Cham
  85. Africanfarming.com
  86. Black History Mini Docs
  87. Motown Museum

 

Be careful at the fake pages but defend y/our integrity if necessary.