Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, International Issues, Local Issues, YouTube - Podcast Feature / 15.05.2019

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...

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 thought it'd be crucial to reiterate and double down on the need for Black people of melanated Afrikan and 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 the most basic level. In my experience,...

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're only 3 possibilities when it comes to his long time, crowd funded FDMG (Frederick Douglas - Marcus Garvey) Academy for boys. He'll either succeed, fail or bamboozle us all. This is not a piece analyzing the viability of his school. This piece is a response to the announcement of the acquisition of the property. A lot of people, mainly his supporters are in high hopes that this will advance the liberation...

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, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, International Issues, Local Issues / 23.01.2018

2018 is going to be an interesting year for crypto currencies. Bitcoin was at 1K this same time last year sitting on doubt about it's future. Currently BTC is at 10k after a huge dip from 20k highs in December, mostly due to the exploding interest into the Godfather of Crypto. Bitcoin may be down but it still solidified itself as an OG, the general leading the charge to pave the way for digital revolution. Several other crypto currencies have been flourishing behind the shadow of Bitcoin and...

Black Diaspora, Black Economics, Black Family, Creative Writing, Dating, Education, EDUtainment, Featured Blog, Health and Wellness, International Issues / 31.12.2017

1. Stop caping, Stop cooning, Stop tap dancing, Stop catering and last but not least Stop falling head over heels for wypipo. Don't go out of your way to give them any remorse or sympathy. Time to practice apathy because one day, these same people who say they are not racist but keep the white power structure intact will have to decide if they want to ignore the problems of Black people or tip toe around Black issues while clinging on to their privilege. 2. Stop defending Black celebrities. They are just as...

Black Economics, Black Family, International Issues, Police State / 10.08.2016

"Now I have seen that some of you fear to go forward to fight for our King. If it were in the brave days of Osei Tutu, Okomfo Anokye, and Opolu Ware, leaders would not sit down to see their King taken away without firing a shot. No white man could have dared to speak to a leader of the Ashanti in the way the Governor spoke to you this morning. Is it true that the bravery of the Ashanti is no more? I cannot believe it. It cannot be! I must say this, if...

Black Economics, International Issues, Local Issues / 02.03.2016

I had the pleasure of reading "Class Struggle in Africa" by Kwame Nkrumah in the past several weeks. What struck me most about this ideological gigantic 87 page book is that even though it pertains to Africa, it can apply to any country that has been colonized. Some of the concepts of the book even applies to the western world. Take a look at how the "Occupy" movement organized the masses to protest systems set up and established by a powerful and wealthy minority. This movement just regurgitating some...