The Great Andamanese

Greetings Folks, I came across some very interesting information today, and I had to share it on this blog. Do you see the woman in the feature image of this post? Her name was Boa Sr. She was the last member of the Bo Tribe who happened to be the first descendants of early humans…

Words From The Wise: Professor James Small

“One is fully conscious when he or she is the results of having been informed and instructed by the experience of his or her ancestors and use that knowledge to master, understand and become able to create institutions that allow him or her to live in harmony with the rest of nature and the universe.”…

BLEXIT

Greetings All, For the past few months, I’ve been seeing the term BLEXIT trending on social media. Public figures like Kanye West and Candace Owens have helped popularize the word in the political arena, mainly to promote a “Black Exit” from the Democratic Party. But after doing some research, I’ve come to find out that…

Afrikan Insurrektion Muzik (A.I.M.)

In a previous post, I paid my respects to one of my favorite lyricists, Nas. Growing up in an era where commercialized Hip-Hop dominated the airwaves, conscious artists like him (along with a handful of others) really stood out to me. Their messages were necessary and, at times, they didn’t receive the same level of…

The HOOT All Natural

Greetings Everyone, Have you run out of cleaning supplies? You know, the kind that’ll leave your home smelling brand new? Well, I’ve found a company that offers a great product that’s affordable and safe. The HOOT All Natural The HOOT All Natural is a non-toxic, eco-friendly cleaning product that’s free of harmful chemicals, SLS, or…

Local Spotlight

Greetings Good People, Since election season is in full force, I wanted to continue spotlighting politicians who are making a difference throughout the country. There have been a lot of first-time success stories this year, and the one that has caught my attention the most took place in Massachusetts.¬†Meet Ayanna Pressley. Ayanna Pressley is the…

Rising Superstars

Greetings Folks, If you’ve been following this blog then you know that I’m a fan of the WWE. Wrestling tends to get a bad rep at times due to the stereotypes that surround the industry, but anyone who enjoys combat sports can’t deny the athleticism that goes into having a match. And since I’ve been…

Fruit

Throughout this blog, I’ve expressed my disdain for Western medicine. Everything from over-the-counter meds to prescription drugs to vaccines has proven to be ineffective when it comes to rectifying illnesses caused by a genetically modified society. Us average citizens are no longer in a position where we can afford to get sick and pay for…

The XyayX Institute

Greetings Everyone, In a previous post, I addressed the rising percentage of African American youth that’s currently being homeschooled. With the biased curriculum in our Public School System, it only makes sense that more parents and community members take matters into their own hands and educate our children. So I wanted to spotlight another African-centered…

Another One: Hurricane Michael

Greetings All, Just when I thought that we could breathe a sigh of relief, here comes some more bad news: Hurricane Michael. The following news update comes out of CNN. The National Hurricane Center has issued out a warning for parts of the Florida Gulf Coast, extending from the Alabama-Florida border to the Suwannee River….

Uncharted Might Take The Crown

“A remarkable achievement in blockbuster storytelling and graphical beauty, only let down by an overly long third act.” – IGN Uncharted 4 Review   I mentioned in a previous post that I am a gamer and that my favorite genre happens to be action-adventure. Well, I recently finished playing¬†Uncharted 4 and it definitely lived up…

Sista’s Keeper Magazine

Greetings Folks, As I’ve mentioned in a previous post, highlighting media outlets who provide substantial content is essential on this blog; especially those platforms marketed towards our youth. So I wanted to spotlight a magazine for Black girls. Sista’s Keeper Magazine Founded by LaPorsha Lowry in 2012, Sista’s Keeper Magazine is not just a magazine…