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, 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 Diaspora, Black Family, Featured Documentary, International Issues / 05.04.2017

Utopia from John Pilger on Vimeo. If you plan to watch on your mobile, the video automatically goes full screen when you press play. I've always heard Australia was the most racist country in the world. Before I watched this documentary, I had very little knowledge, so I never had an informed opinion. I never doubted that Australian whites were racist and this documentary showed me how open, blatant, delusional and comfortable they were about the treatment of the original inhabitants. The creator of the documentary is a white Australian...

Education, International Issues / 04.03.2017

It's been more then a month since it was exposed that a Jim Crow wench by the name of Carolyn Bryant admitted to lying about Emmett Till physically grabbing her. Her lies is what set off 2 cannibal hungry animals, to hunt an innocent boy down, torture, kill him and dump his body in the river. His face was so mutilated it was unrecognizable which lead to Emmett's dear mother to have a open casket so the WORLD could see what these monsters had done. We all knew...

Black Diaspora, Black Family, International Issues / 13.06.2016

*Click on the pic to see the original Press release. With the wide range of subjects I write about, I have to continually remind my readers about the objective of a unified Africa. I'm continually reminded with the political education, organizing for our community I participate in, here in Toronto. Whether I post about police brutality, a book or movie, end of the day it's all about Liberation of Africa for the people. All the problems we are facing as a collective is related to the challenges Africa is facing....