Mar. 26, 2021

Who Said Jim Crow Left?

Black folks think that Jim Crow left in 1965 when the Voting Rights Bill was passed by Congress. Nope, he simply took off that white suit and put on a tuxedo with tails and did everything possible to raise the black men folks bail then filled up those profit-making jails. Now Mr. Crow wants to take black voting rights off democracy’s rail and attempt to retell a white supremacy tale.

Mar. 26, 2021

We Must All Do The Necessary Research To Understand The Pathways To Reparations

Why do we study and research our history? Why is that work so vitally important? Why must we fully comprehend our black ancestors history in this nation? Because in building that pathway to future, which will include reparations, we must pave that road from our gained knowledge of our ancestors past. Their losses and sacrifices need not be carpeting and forgotten. If we are to fight this battle to gain atonement, understanding our history means respecting our past to uplift our future.

Mar. 26, 2021

Still Relevant Most Definitely Still Powerful "It's In Your Hands"

Dr. Adam Clayton Powell's speech what's in your hands is simply to me one of the greatest oratory accomplishments ever given. I truly believe that. It is a speech that should be memorized by every black girl and boy who lives in our community. Today as I continue to ensure that our black history need not ever be a black mystery. In his words, and as well as some of my words, my voice Dr. Adam Clayton Powell Jr.: The Blackman Read Aloud Hour Project

Mar. 24, 2021

Remembering Ida Belle Wells-Barnett

March 25, 1931
Remembering The Sweet Soul And Life Passion
Of Ida Belle Wells-Barnett
90 Years Ago

Mar. 23, 2021

Fix The Minds That Finger The Triggers America

Until America understands that its not assault weapons in this nation that kill it’s the American with his finger on the trigger of that assault weapon. Why do politicians think by simply passing a bill removing assault weapons will solve and remove this sickness? I don’t think so America, and Americans, this nation must erase the hatred that permeates throughout this country. Can Congress pass a bill that provides a meaningful solution to the overwhelming levels of bigotry and ignorance that has caused these acts of murder and mayhem to continue to fester for nearly two hundred and thirty two years in America?