The We Charge Colonialism Justice Bank

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I highlighted We Charge Colonialism, an organization that’s fighting for the rights of self-determination for African American communities. Well, I came across an update regarding their Justice Bank and had to share it with you all. The Justice Bank for We Charge Colonialism is a mutual aid fund that…

Protect Masculinity

A Pew Research Center study advised that the United States has the highest rate of single-mother led households, with a quarter of our children living with one parent. The National Center for Education advised that 76% of public school teachers are women. Liberals, feminists, and misandrists advised that masculinity is toxic, traditional gender norms are…

Self-Assessment 2

I’m going to keep asking this question: Will combating intraracial violence ever become a serious movement, or are we going to continue to deflect? Rest In Peace, CJ Johnson and Mykala Bell Until Next Time…

“I’m Telling, Don’t Shoot!”

I’ve been very open about my frustration regarding intraracial violence in my community. And I’m happy to have come across an organization, based in Chicago, IL, that’s just as frustrated. They’ve had enough, and they’re doing something about it. “I’m Telling, Don’t Shoot” Founded by philanthropist and business owner Early Walker, I’m Telling Don’t Shoot…

Rebuild

Us: How do we rebuild the community? Ancestors: Start Here… Until Next Time…

Fall Forward

“If you don’t fail, you’re not even trying.” – Denzel Washington   Until Next Time…

Masculine Leadership

“If you don’t take command of your life, you will be a player in someone else’s. Someone else that is more willing to impose his will on the world will make you a pawn in their life.” – Robert Mac Until Next Time…

Play Your Position

“Revolutionaries are not necessarily born poor or in the ghetto. There is a role for every person in revolution if he is a revolutionary. You don’t have to throw a Molotov cocktail to be a revolutionary.” – Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin formerly known as H. Rap Brown   In recent years, Black Empowerment has not only…

Self-Assessment

I’ll ask the question again: Will combating intraracial violence ever become a serious movement, or are we going to continue to deflect? Rest In Peace, Sincere Gaston Until Next Time…

Reactionaries vs. Revolutionaries

“Black Love is a revolutionary act.”   That quote has been used by African-centered scholars like Dr. Frances Cress Welsing and Dr. Amos Wilson for sometime, but I didn’t grasp the true meaning of it until I started looking at the plight of African people through a political lens. Many of our discussions surrounding Black…