African Lives Matter

I read about this earlier. This post made me angry, not at Europeans but Libyans and other African countries that don’t help, protect or respect…

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Courage And Vulnerability: Lessons From The Black Experience

Sometimes painful things can teach us lessons that we didn’t think we needed to know.  -unknown Say what? These days I have to ask myself, is…

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Music For The Soul: John Legend’s All Of Me

All of Me is a love song, but I think of my children when I hear the song. It’s a song that somehow takes me…

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Feeling alone

My Thoughts: Feeling Sad

Sadness Now what? Feeling uneasy And a bit queasy Can’t forget the past No place to hide No sleep! Exhausted! Feeling down I know Don’t…

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Why understanding culture matters?

Why Understanding Culture Matters

A couple of days ago, I read a thought-provoking article by Ezinne Ukoha, an eloquent writer on Medium.  It was, Who Can Save White Men…

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The Ugly Face of Racism …

Trump politician, Cindy Hyde-Smith thinks a racist strategy will win her a Senate seat from Mississippi. She could be right since Mississippi officially abolished slavery…

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Atlanta-style: grains and shrimp

Clarity: It Took A Short Visit To Atlanta

I believe southern Black people are friendlier than those up North. In the North, there is always that awkward moment of hesitation on seeing another…

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Ian David Long -Borderline Bar college country night shooting of 12 including himself. Source: google images

The Optics of Racial Disparity in Reporting

The HuffPost is one of the few traditional MSM that tries to present unbiased news. This HuffPost article is about the terrorist gunman, Ian David…

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Georgia gubernatorial candidates Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp during a debate last month. John Bazemore/Getty Images

Editor’s Note: New Updates, Election 2018, Voter Suppression, White Nationalism, and Domestic Terrorism

Are you ready to vote tomorrow? Are ready to let your voice be heard on Trump’s divisive politics of bigotry and fear? Are you ready…

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Kanye West Is Trying To Tell You To GET OUT Of Slavery

Tbh I don’t even know how to pronounce Kanye’s name. If asked to name one of his songs I’d be at a loss but am…

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Following Dem. candidate for FL governor Andrew Gillum around FAMU homecoming from Oct 5 to 6. Reporter is profiling his get out the vote methods before the Oct 7 registration deadline. And we'd definitely want original photography of him at homecoming and during events in Tallahassee, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. (Willie J. Allen Jr. Photo/Willie J. Allen Jr.)

Florida Andrew Gillum to opponent Ron DeSantis: The Racists Believe You’re A Racist

Andrew Gillum Is At Home With His Blackness The election had become a local production of America’s ongoing psychodrama about race. During the candidates’ second…

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Source of image: Moorbey'z Blog

How slaveholders in the Caribbean maintained control

An excellent review of slavery in the Caribbean by Moorbey’z Blog. How could slavery thrive in an environment where slaves outnumbered slave owners by 10…

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