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, 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...

Featured Blog / 20.12.2018

My blog went 3 years old officially on the 17th, I'm making this an anniversary week running straight through the holidays. 2019 will bring new beginnings for my blog so stayed tuned. I got a Blog series with different topics on the probably the most controversial book known to man, the Bible.  Before I kick off my series for the winter solstice, here is a throwback post as the pre game warm up : A Letter to Black Christians. ...

Black Diaspora, Black Family, Featured Blog, Featured Documentary, Hard Medicine, Police State / 14.12.2018

I initially read the headline "LGBTQ Community refuse to support Sandra Bland Documentary " and thought this was a white LGBTQ movement coming against Sandra Bland's documentary. I nearly jumped the gun, with guns a blazing. Digging into the situation, it doesn't have anything to do with wypipo at all.  Therefore this calls for a more complex and sensitive writing piece. Black LGBTQ have sentiments towards an old video, where Sandra Bland gave her thoughts on a law trying to be passed by Christians against the LGBTQ. This is...

Black Diaspora, Featured Blog, Hard Medicine, International Issues / 19.11.2018

  Danye Jones, son of Ferguson activist Melissa McKinnies was murdered by a noose and ruled a suicide about a month ago. 2 years ago another Ferguson activist Darren Seals was found shot in a burnt car. It's no secret that some of the most vocal people of obvious inequity,  from barely to widely known are targeted and assassinated. Sandra Bland, Koryn Gaines, Muhiyidin Moye rest in peace. I can't say why other people are compelled to stand up to make their voice heard against injustice against Blackness. It seems like Black people,...

Black Diaspora, Black Family, Education, Featured Blog, International Issues, Travel / 04.10.2018

I'm fresh from my intellectual journey in Afrika, my organization had its 50th anniversary conference in Ghana, birthplace of the great Osaygefo Kwame Nkrumah who founded the party through writing of  the "Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare" Many blessings and vibrations I'm still feeling, I almost can't believe I'm back in Babylon. After studying political theory and the state of Afrika for about 3 years, I had an opportunity to put some practical study in. With my own eyes and ears, I seen and heard the problems on the continent...

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...

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, 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...