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I was given an opportunity to be featured on the "Reality Gurus" Channel. I touch on what Pan-Afrikanism should look like, speaking from my experience as a community organizer. Pan-Afrikanism is what I practice daily in my community and not just social media. I also give some thoughts on the growing political movement ADOS (American Descendants of Slaves) as well. I've been a listener of Reality Gurus for several months already, so like, comment, share and subscribe. They deal with a wide range of topics dealing with Black...

I read this post a while back, Why People of Color Need Spaces Without White People. I've come to swing my pen of adamantium and provacative thought to reiterate and double down on the need for Black people of Afrikan and Caribbean descent to organize, collaborate and study together on a regular basis. It may look like I'm piggy backing off this article but I've spoken about the blueprint for these concepts when I first started my blog, in what feels like an ancient time. The Pan-Africanist at...

I did an opinion episode at the Art Gallery of Ontario. The exhibit was called Femme Noires by Mickalene Thomas. Check out my YouTube episode below. Fair Dealing is an exception in the CanadianCopyright Act that permits the use of other people's copyright protected work without permission or payment for the purpose of research, private study, education, satire, parody, criticism, review or news reporting. ...

With the scale of Ma'at, let's put feelings, emotions and fandom aside and weigh the legacies of 2 giants of music history respectably. Ma'at represents justice and truth. MJ was never accused of harming the Black community. The Pied Piper has notoriously been followed by allegations of sexual, verbal and mental abuse over Black girls and women for decades. MJ used his music to inspire and reach the people in a positive way i.e. " They Don't Care About Us" His "Do You Remember The Time" Video is the ONLY depiction...

Forget everything you know about the word Black and everything I told you in my first part. Don't think of it as a color or race. Black is everywhere, most aren't aware of it unless someone points it out to you. You can bring light but you can never bring darkness. You can create a light source but you can never create darkness. It's a force that stands on it's own. I said Black is an essence in my last post, its a life force in the absence...

Umar Johnson has reached a pivotal point on how his legacy will be written down  in history books. There are only 3 possibilities when it comes to FDMG school. He'll either succeed, fail or bamboozle us all. From best to worst. Umar is at the pinnacle of his legacy and he represents "the face" of the current Pan-Afrikan movement because he is the most visible. He was on Breakfast Club and DJ Vlad. The normal person not schooled in political education will attribute Umar to Pan-Afrikanism without realizing the history. ...