Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Hard Medicine / 14.02.2019

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. ...

Black Economics, Cryptocurrency / 09.01.2019

Greetings to all my fans of BlackDollars.ca, if you've been following my blog, you will know why I believe in the longevity of Crypto Currency case use. In the fight for Liberation across the Globe, we have to deal with a multitude of anti-Blackness and adapt to the ever changing environment, carrying the ideals of ancestral yesterday into the continuum of a new tomorrow. Technology and computer coding is increasing it's dominance and leading the forefront of our changing environment. If you enjoy my content, whatever...

Black Diaspora, Black Economics, EDUtainment, Hard Medicine / 09.12.2018

I've been banging on the Oscar ceremony for a hot minute, they've shown us that they don't care about Black people a plenty. Exhibit A. Exhibit B. Exhibit C.   Don't get it twisted, this post isn't in defense of Kevin Hart. He has kept his nose as clean as possible when it comes to Black issues, I never expected him to say anything at all,  nor I hold him to that kind of standard. He's been on his super star ascension for some time and he is getting his coins, I'm...

Black Economics, Cryptocurrency, Education, Featured Blog / 31.08.2018

  The crypto currency finale I had has been ready with the previous 2 posts. I wrote them all together, edited, formatted and ready to go like Mario kart 64. WEEKS AGO. I was waiting to push that release button, the moment you put up a body of work  that you've been working on tooth and nail and all the public sees is the final, polished product. I wanted to space out the release of each post. *This* post you're currently reading has been written in the past few days due...

Black Economics, Cryptocurrency, Education / 24.08.2018

In my last post I went over an example of a light phase or light adoption of crypto currency validated by goods offered in exchange, including the $1,000 US in PayPal. That currency wasn't technically "real" one on the Coin Market Cap. The next coin I'll be focused on is called Electroneum, on the exchange as ETN. You will need a spare phone for this process for the best results but you can play with the app on your personal, you really have nothing to lose. The app  uses a...

Black Economics, Cryptocurrency, Education, Featured Blog / 22.08.2018

This week I'll be sharing my experience in crypto *without* investing any money if you have an old phone. The very least you can do is upgrade your cell phone and use the old one. I've done both, I'm already invested into the crypto world and my research tells me the direction crypto currency adoption is heading. In this particular stage of my series, you don't need to have an extra cell phone and it's actually encouraged to use your personal cell phone for this particular use case. There's going...

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...

Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Health and Wellness, International Issues, Police State / 19.04.2018

Starbucks exposed what our problem really is and it's our inability to sacrifice our comfort for the greater cause. It's our love for current aspects of the system that is holding us back and we will continue to be disrespected until we stop begging companies that we can't let go of to fix their own problems. This time it was for coffee...

Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, International Issues / 24.01.2018

There is a whole new world brewing with digital currency. The opportunities and investments the internet created when it first started is happening all over again. If you're tech savvy, consider this a wake up call to jump in. If you're not, well it's time to develop those skills! Through my ongoing research, I’ve seen success stories of people who 10x-4000x their crypto portfolio and not just in Bitcoin investments. I’ve looked up horror stories like Mt Gox and some of the dangers of this digital underworld. I’ve seen...