Rebuild

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

Teammates

A group of individuals who are interdependent with respect to information, resources, knowledge, and skills and who seek to combine their efforts to achieve a common goal. Until Next Time…

Reflection

An image; representation; counterpart Until Next Time…

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…

Solution…

Us: How do we organize? Ancestors: Start Here… Until Next Time…

Rwandan President Addresses Food Shortages in Africa

Greetings Everyone, Ever since I saw the clip of Rwandan President Paul Kagame calling out African leadership, I’ve been a supporter. And I’ve come across some recent news of his that I had to share. The following information comes from the Rwanda Broadcasting Agency. President Kagame is urging African leaders to tackle the food shortage…

Black Men: Heal Your Wounds, Train, and Raise Your Sons To Be Winners

Brothers, It’s time for us to take our spot back. We’ve been beaten down, our communities have suffered, and our reputation has been tarnished long enough. Currently, there’s an energy in the air (most likely our ancestors) that’s leading us in the right direction. But to get there, there are some things that we need…

The ADOS Movement vs. Pan-Africanism

For the past few weeks, I’ve witnessed a kerfuffle take place throughout the black sectors of social media. ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) versus Pan-Africanists. With the 2020 election coming up, Black America is applying pressure to both the Democratic and Republican Party for tangible benefits. But dissension based around lineage, citizenship, and nationality have…