Could Africans Be The Future?

With all of the open conversations about population control, I was surprised when I came across future predictions for the planet. According to the World Atlas, 11 billion people are estimated to walk the earth by 2100. Asia currently accounts for 60% of the global population, and Africa 16%. But that is subject to change…

Barbershop Books

Reading being fundamental is an understatement, in my opinion. It’s literally the foundation for every form of education. In my community, it’s not being promoted as much as I would like it to be. But some organizations are working diligently to change that narrative. There’s one in particular that’s kept my attention. Barbershop Books Barbershop…

Deeper Reasons Behind Haiti’s Protest

The protest happening in Haiti has made international news all year. My initial observation was that fuel and food shortages, the economic crises, and the demand for President Jovenel Moise’s resignation were the root causes of civilian anger. But further research has unpacked a few more things. The following information comes from Aljazeera.com, by way…

Charlotte Family, Have You Heard of the Kemetic Science Institute?

In a previous post, I discussed an amazing event that was hosted by the Kemetic Science Institute here in Charlotte, NC. Well, I finally had a chance to visit their facility and had to share their information with you all. Educating and healing my community is dependent upon businesses like the Kemetic Science Institute. They’re…

Words From The Wise: Dr. Phil Valentine

“All of Genesis decapsulized is nothing more than the story of how a sun—the sun that we know as the sun that gives us our light, that helps us to keep and maintain our melanated consciousness—the creation of the sun is all that the bible is talking about and its sojourn through the universe.” –…

Book Review

Greetings Good People, I just finished reading Eteka: Rise of the Imamba, and I wanted to share my thoughts. If you ever want to conquer a people, take out the strongest man first and let his friends, wife, and children watch you do it. The friends and wife will submit to you, and the children will grow…

Cameroonian Boy Builds Toys

Greetings All, In the midst of a 24/7, 365 days of the year news cycle of negativity, it’s always nice to come across something that makes you smile. Well, I saw something today that made me do just that and had to share it with you all. The following information comes out of Africa News….

How You Livin’?…BLESSED!

Living Blessed is the brand of the overcomer. The person who has gone through something but has seen the light at the end of the tunnel.   The people I respect the most are the ones who’ve gone through Hell and back and have still found their way to happiness. Maybe it’s their resilience and…

La Fête de la Gaani

Greetings Everyone, It was time to take another viral trip, and this time I landed in Benin. There’s an annual festival that happens in the northern town of Nikki, and it’s a cultural event commemorating the descendants of the Batombou tribes. Usually occurring in December, this festival takes place for seven days with the main…

The Intruder

Greetings Folks, I finally had to a chance to watch The Intruder and wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t seen it already. Directed by Deon Taylor, The Intruder stars Michael Ealy, Meagan Good, and Dennis Quaid. The Intruder is a psychological thriller that tells…