Remember the days when the community was so strong that if the men would see a child who was on the straight and narrow acting out of character, that they … Continue reading What It Is, What It Can Be
Music has been ingrained in our communities since the beginning of time. Believe it or not, before social media, there was something called 8-track tapes and CD’s. In this time … Continue reading The Revolution Must Be Televised For All To See!
There is something to be said for being authentic and having the opportunity to grow. In the space crafted this month for revolutionaries, I had to put a spotlight on … Continue reading ‘This Is Not Your Daddy’s Civil Rights Movement’: Why Tef Poe Feels Like The Best Kept Secret
When you hear the word revolutionary, the first thing that comes to mind is the American Revolutionary War or the more famous lyrical quote of Gil Scott Heron: “The revolution … Continue reading “Revolutionary”: To Be Or Not To Be. This Should Never Be A Question
Mary Mcleod Bethune (July 10, 1875 – May 18, 1955) was a Black teacher and humanitarian. However, our ancestral auntie is best known for starting a private school for … Continue reading The Boldness Of One Black, Female Teacher: The Legacy Of Mary McLeod Bethune
Paul Manafort out here looking like a stunt gangster Scorsese would hire, Orange Hitler hugging a flag like he wanna rob it and Robert Sylvester Kelly screaming at Oprah’s bestie … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY- 03/08/2019
We are the most disrespected ethnicity, race and culture in the world. Don’t believe me? Challenge me and show me different. You won’t be able to, but hey! It’s worth an effort! … Continue reading Unforgivable Blackness: We Are More Than A Month