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 black students in Daytona Beach. (HEYYYYYY Bethune-Cookman!!! We see y’all!! HBCU’S rock.) She is also … 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 like the lithium ain’t working! Chile, whew! But we soldier on. Let’s get it! #Chicago … 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! This is Black History Month! A month that the powers that be decided to sit … Continue reading Unforgivable Blackness: We Are More Than A Month
February is known for being Black History Month. This year, we’re going to do something different. This month, will be a hodge-podge! For February 2019, we will be doing a mix of Black History, Black Present, Black Futures and the miniseries, Black Love Is A … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness
Is it just me or did this week seem like something Scorsese came up with? From Manafort, to the Joker to the Michael Cohen SNITCHING-SNITCHING, I’m low-key waiting on the Casino scene where the Feds break in doors and folk wind up getting whacked. Nevertheless, … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY: 11/30/2018
James Baldwin said it best: “As long as white Americans take refuge in their whiteness…they will allow millions of people to be slaughtered in their name.” During 72 hours, there has been a Trump-radicalized bomber that sent 14 pipe bombs political critics of the current … Continue reading Firestarter Hotsheet: If All It Takes For Evil To Prosper Is For Good Men To Sit And Do Nothing, Where Are The Good Men?