Afrikan Spirituality, Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, Hard Medicine, Health and Wellness, International Issues, Literature, Local Issues, Police State / 25.04.2019

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...

Afrikan Spirituality, Education / 28.02.2019

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...

Afrikan Spirituality, Black Diaspora, Hard Medicine / 01.02.2019

Black is a complex word that is usually used to connect an array of cultures, experiences and history into one singular nation of people with an ongoing story of liberation. It's not perfect and almost does the trick of unifying us completely in name. The word Black has it's grievances with several critical minded "identities". Black Vs Afrikans & Moors & Hebrews. "Black is not a country. We're not crayons, we're people. Black means death in law. Black is a curse. We're not Black, we Afrikan" -The Black Grammar Police 2...

Afrikan Spirituality, Black Diaspora, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, Hard Medicine / 28.12.2018

This is merely some raw research on the controversy and legacy behind the creator of Kwanzaa. Blog post articles, some NY and LA times information and even a journal. There is a lot of information to look through. Quick breakdown: How Kwanzaa is modeled after HanukkaHis organization feuding with Black PanthersEarl Anthony and Louis E Tackwood are informants who implicate Karenga.What happened the night 2 Black Panthers were killed on UCLA cmpus by members of Karenga's organization.How he was charged for torturing 2 Black women.Ph.D level Journal on the...

Afrikan Spirituality, Black Diaspora, Education, Hard Medicine / 25.12.2018

This is probably the first time I didn't go ahead with a post. The vision I had for my final blog post for the holidays was set on discussing different Biblical characters and who they possibly can be based off of in history. The reason why I won't go ahead as planned is because I'll need to do more research before putting out the information. I rather put out the right information the first time instead of correcting possible mistakes down the line. To be honest, I bit...

Afrikan Spirituality, Featured Blog / 23.12.2018

 There are several examples of symbolism in the Bible and I thought I would do a post on Lucifer the light bringer. There isn't much historical facts or examples unlike my other posts and this s basically my own interpretation. My opinion doesn't come from a place of religious fear and I'll be speaking freely. Lucifer, after he was kicked out of the Kingdom of Heaven, was forced to became the monster called Satan. Satan is about keeping people in darkness and operates under deceit. Lucifer's name literally...

Afrikan Spirituality, Black Diaspora, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, International Issues, Travel / 08.09.2018

I'm starting off my last year in my 20's with a bang, I'm visiting the motherland for the first time by next week. It's still surreal to me going over seas and it won't be real till I land. I'm ready to let go of social media and receive all the indigenous vibrations and frequencies from the ground, the air, the sun, people and source. I'm not going there to romanticize Mama Afrika because there is work to be done and it won't be all pleasure. I'll be part...

Afrikan Spirituality, Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Creative Writing, EDUtainment, Featured Blog, Featured Documentary, Health and Wellness / 20.08.2018

I turn 29 today, It should feel like a milestone with certain graduation rites according to Destruction of the Black Civilization pg 167-168 by Chancellor Williams.   "In terms of constitutional rights and duties (the 2 were inseparable in early Africa) between group C and group d,  seniority was a significant difference since D was from ages 29 to 40 if otherwise qualified members in this class upon reaching the age of 36, were eligible for election to the most highly honored body and Society the Council of Elders an...