Quick Question For My Community

Many of you already know about the shooting that took place in Atlanta, GA, over the 4th of July weekend. And I want to pose a quick question to my community regarding our supposed-Code of Conduct. Will combating intraracial violence ever become a serious movement, or are we going to continue to deflect?   Rest…

Air Conditioners Spreading COVID-19?

Greetings Everyone, I came across some interesting content that I had to share with you all. The following information comes from WebMD. Scientists believe that air conditioners may be an overlooked factor in the spread of COVID-19. Cool temperatures create the perfect conditions for spreading colds and flu, and us being indoors under ACs makes…

Chinese Couple Arrested For Locking Up Nigerian Employees

In a previous post, I advised that I have no interest or investment in forced multiculturalism. And a recent story coming out of Nigeria helps support my stance. The following information is from PUNCH. A Chinese couple in Abuja, Nigeria, was arrested for allegedly locking their employees in their apartment for the past four months….

Artist Spotlight

I’ve been vibing to some new music lately, and I want to start highlighting some of these talented artists. So Honest Media would like to shine a light on Kwoat. Kwoat is a Hip Hop artist, songwriter, and entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York. He self-identifies as an “outer-world hybrid rapper” whose sound is a fusion…

Senegal Renames Slave Post

Greetings All, There’s some interesting news coming out of Senegal that I had to share. The following information is from Africa News. Goree, a Senegal island that’s closely linked to the slave trade, is renaming one of its main squares in response to the racial violence happening throughout the world. Europe Square will now be…

Book Review

Greetings Folks, I just finished reading The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, and I wanted to share my thoughts. In 1924, two years after the advisory committee had published its first manual and model zoning ordinance, the association followed up by adopting a code of ethics that included this warning:…

Africa for the Africans

In a previous post, I highlighted The Black Star Repatriation & Pan-African Community that’s being built in Gyaahadze, Ghana. The founder, Bomani Tyehimba, recently did a Livestream explaining how to invest in the project. So it’s only right that I share this update with you all. If you’d like to discuss any of the following…

Debate to Rename “Bloody Sunday” Bridge Sparks Criticism

Discourse surrounding the renaming of Selma, Alabama’s “Bloody Sunday” bridge, has started a kerfuffle amongst many. The following information comes from AP News. Named after a Confederate general and alleged Ku Klux Klan leader, the Edmund Pettus Bridge has become a landmark symbol for the Civil Rights Movement. With the nationwide protests and discussions on…

Protect Your Dream!

This scene from the 2006 film The Pursuit of Happyness spoke volumes then and resonates with me now more than ever. Some of the biggest naysayers are the people who don’t have the motivation or discipline to pursue their own dreams, so they spend their days discouraging others from pursuing theirs. Even though they’re there…

Zula Essentials

Greetings Everyone, I was introduced to a wellness brand for women that I had to spotlight. Zula Essentials Zula Essentials is a wellness brand that helps women live a more harmonious lifestyle. Using hemp-based CBD (cannabidiol), Zula Essential’s oil and gummies can help with anxiety and inflammatory issues. Carla Joseph, founder and certified nurse practitioner,…

COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Begin in South Africa and Brazil

I’m going to keep my personal views on the coronavirus vaccine to myself, at least until I’ve done more research. In the meantime, here’s a news update that I found interesting. The following information comes from Clinical Trials Arena. Clinical trials to assess the COVID-19 vaccine candidate, ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 (AZD1222), has begun in South Africa…