Facebook is now cooperating with the FBI, CIA and other law enforcement agencies to monitor people online. Lately, I’ve been writing a lot about white supremacy and white control. Let’s not allow them to control us as a people.
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We can use Ferguson as a defining moment in our history, in our community, and in this country. This is the time to take the steps to use this situation as a teaching moment for our children. Let’s teach them civil obedience, not civil disobedience. Let’s teach them how to be civil to themselves by […]
Some of the most heinous, inhumane and despicable acts against African Americans and other groups have been committed by white people. The media is caught up with the rioting and looting that’s going on in Ferguson and around the rest of the country, but those behaviors were adopted from white people. The white race is […]
The psychology of looting is not often talked about in the media. The media will have you believe that black people are the only people who commit the act of looting, which is a completely inaccurate tale. I can’t believe I’m up at 1 o’clock in the morning writing this blog. I’m pissed. I need […]
Since the beginning of time, Black women have always stood shoulders to shoulders with black men. Whether they were in the field picking cotton alongside each other or in the boardroom conducting business next to their fellow black men, they seemed to have shared the workload equally, forever. Unfortunately, white society has burdened the black […]
I believe celebrity is the worst weapon sometimes used to protect/defend deviant antisocial and criminal behavior. For some odd reason, the public often feel they know a celebrity intimately and personally, and for this reason, many celebrities used their status to victimize and silence their victims, not just with their money, but also with their […]
It’s fair to say that some men don’t really take the time to think about what it’s like for a child to grow up without a father, especially in the black community. Today’s a very special day to me because it’s my daughter’s 7th birthday. I have not written a blog in a while, but […]
Here we are in 2014, and we’re still struggling with an issue that has kept the black community divided since the white man set foot in Africa. While embracing the fact that the black race offers so many different hues would be beneficial to our community as a group, instead, we choose to disband ourselves […]
We must understand that Haitians suffer the most devastating identity crisis known to mankind, due to illiteracy. After watching a tape of Haitian fanatics going crazy over the national Brazilian team, I’m convinced that we have no patriots left in Haiti. Everything non-Haitian has a better outlook. There are no more patriots left in Haiti. […]
The excitement of hitting the road with a few authors to tour the country, while visiting America’s quaint African-American bookstores has become nostalgic. No longer Am I able to reach out to some of the more tolerable author friends of mine, to ask them about the possibility of a road trip while earning some money […]