Local Spotlight

Greetings All, I came across a story today, by way of WDAM, and I had to share it with you guys. Meet Ozell White. White is a 5th generation farmer from Prentiss, Mississippi, who grows vegetables, watermelons, and raises cattle—the main crop being watermelons. He won a Small Farmer of The Year Award in 2014…

African Combat

“The warrior fights with courage not with anger.” – Ashanti Proverb   The current popularity of combat sports like MMA and boxing here in the United States recently led me to start questioning other forms of martial arts throughout the globe. And upon doing some research, all of my findings kept sending me back to…

S.T.E.P

Greetings Good People, A few weeks back I finished reading The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre, and The Dilemmas of Black Manhood by Professor Tommy Curry. His book provided a detailed analysis of the disproportionate victimization of Black men throughout American history, as well as present-day. Although the information was substantial, I found myself disappointed with how…

Tax Reform

Greetings Folks, For the past few weeks I’ve been following the GOP tax bill which is set to take effect in 2018, and after further research, I have far more concerns than ever before. Here are a few points, for those who may not be aware. This will be the first significant reform in the…

The Last Lioness

Greetings All, You ever have one of those days when you’re feeling under the weather and you just want to bask in laziness? Well, that’s how I’ve been this Sunday—YouTube and Apple Cider Vinegar have been my best friends. And upon browsing, I came across a National Geographic’s documentary, entitled The Last Lioness, that I…

A Royal Union

Greetings Everyone, The trending topic of the week has been the engagement of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle. And although I couldn’t care less about this news, it did lead me to question other royal unions that take place throughout the globe. So I did a little research and found a very interesting story,…

Words From The Wise: Jay Winter Nightwolf

“When the European invader came here in the late 1490s there were 112 million of us in this Republic of the United States; it’s not a country, it’s a Republic. And in less than 500 years, through genocidal practices, through the introduction of diseases that we had no immunity to, and other evil things that…

Local Spotlight

Greetings Folks, With all of the depressing news stories out there, it’s always good to read about something uplifting. The following story comes out of Atlanta, GA, by way of CBS46 News. Jamar Austin, who you see in the featured image of this post, is a Pre-Med, Georgia State student that saved the life of an…

Single, Black, Male…and Not Looking?

Greetings All, I was YouTube browsing when I came across a clip from a 2012 documentary, entitled Qualified, Yet Single: Why Good Men Remain Single. This film is addressing the increasing amount of men who are choosing to live bachelor lifestyles here in the United States, advising that for every 100 single women there are…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Sebi

“The body was not designed to be sick. Bird doesn’t get sick. Elephant doesn’t get sick; he needs no vet. The lions doesn’t need a vet, neither is a giraffe or any of the natural animals. Why do we get sick? There has a been a violation that is costing us our life today. And…

Nubian Beauty

Greetings Good People, If there’s one thing I love to see, it’s beautiful black women with confidence. And I’m referring to the type of confidence that might make folks feel uncomfortable, because their beauty and self-love tends to be problematic to many; which is evident by the way they’re depicted in the media. So I’ve…