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  While I was on the street car last week, this paper was laying on one of the seats. Reading the headline, automatically I'm thinking about "The Wire" Season 3. "The Shield" also deserves an honorable mention for urban crime cinema. This felt like a pilot for a mini-series to take my mind of the ride to work. Toronto Sun never misses a beat to cover "Black on Black Crime" so I was impressed they gave a Gang War 2 full pages. I've stated before, Toronto Sun is essentially Toronto Fox News...

Click the pic above! This post is about the Bloods and Crips gang truce in LA which was established before the LA uprisings. A misconception is that this truce was brokered because of the riots. The environment at that time is similar to Chicago today, a staggering death toll and police taking advantage of "Justified" killings. The only difference between the 2 time periods is the mass amount of social media and music helping to fuel the violence and feed street gang egos. Another important point is this truce,...

I am excited to submit my first work of writing for Farafina Trust 2016 writing workshop. Writing, whether it's for my blog or on my own is always enjoyable. That doesn't stop me from looking for opportunities to challenge my writing style and growth. I have no deadlines and only answer to myself and that's why putting a competitive edge to my writing is important. I keep my writing as sharp as possible, knowing that people around the world could be reading. Submitting a piece for an opportunity like...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mCuIcZPWVU   Vibrations we receive from music is definitely one of the most powerful sources of external energy, whether we are conscious of this phenomenon or not. I speak from experience, listening to music in the gym while sparring, lifting weights or running. My music of choice sometimes is gangster rap, I'm conscious of my environment and my position in life and don't allow the music to consume my entire day. I'm able to convert the vibrations from the music into drive and focus. If you examine different environments, like a...

Beyonce performed one of the most controversial Super Bowl performances since Janet Jackson's nip slip in February. She used a stage with arguably one of the largest audiences for an artist, with more than 100 million TV viewers watching at halftime. Whichever side of the fence you're on about her performance, there is no doubt that Black support, the ugly opposition and her little poke towards entertainment conspiracy theorists was enough to spark dialogues about how celebrities use their platforms for social issues. Looking at why people were at...

I had the pleasure of reading "Class Struggle in Africa" by Kwame Nkrumah in the past few 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...