Book Review

Greetings All, I just finished reading The Strivers’ Row Spy, and I wanted to share my thoughts. My heart fell into my stomach. I’d tried to avoid ever letting Loretta experience such embarrassment. But I knew she’d eventually come face-to-face with the sting of racism. I always wanted her to see me as her protector,…

A Message From Malcolm…

When it comes to debating, no one, in my opinion, could argue a point and maintain their disposition as eloquently as Malcolm X. His intellect far exceeded many during his time, and his scholarship should be revered just as much as his activism. I want to share an interview that took place on October 11,…

China To Build The World’s First “Forest City”

Greetings Good People, Throughout this blog, I’ve highlighted some of the technological advances that are making waves in China. Say what please, but they are dominating in that department. I’ve recently come across another project of theirs and had to share it with you all. Take a look at China’s Forest City. According to Futurism.com,…

Child Labor In Ghana

Greetings Folks, I came across some extremely disturbing news and had to share it with all. The following information comes out of Africa News. The internal trafficking of children into labor is becoming a major problem in Ghana. Ghanaian children who live in meager conditions are being trafficked from their home villages to work in…

June 19, 1865

Juneteenth is a celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. It was June 19, 1865, when the Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas advising that the war had ended and the enslaved were now free; which was two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Never Forget!…

Words From The Wise: Kaba Hiawatha Kamene

“We have taken their garbage and made it a delicacy. Whatever we touch, why, because we know what to do with the hands. See we’ve been on the earth for three and a half million years more than they.” “If you hold a people down and in spite of and despite of holding those people…

Himba

Greetings All, As many of you already know, studying African history and culture has become a passion of mine. So after taking another viral trip around the globe, I came across some very interesting information that I wanted to share. Meet the Himba tribe. The Himba (Singular: Omuhimba or Plural: Ovahimba) are a semi-nomadic people…

Black Fathers Rock

Greetings Everyone, I was at the park enjoying Father’s Day with my family when I was introduced to an amazing organization for Black Fathers. Black Fathers Rock Black Fathers Rock is a 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to change the narrative and dispel the notion that Black fathers are absent, all the while providing them with…

Sienna Sauce

Are you in need of some wing sauce? You know, a sauce that’s finger-lickin good? Well, I recommend Sienna Sauce. Sienna Sauce, formerly known as Sienna Wings, is a family sauce business based in Houston, TX. The CEO, 15-year-old Tyla-Simone Crayton, created the sauce with the goal of packaging it and getting it on the…

Natural Selection and the Race Problem

“The superiority of the American negro to his African brother, who is a savage and a cannibal, is due to slavery, and could have been acquired in no other way. Men who ascribe debased characteristics of the negro to slavery show a short-sightedness that is pitiable. The present attainment of the American negro has been…