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*Kwame Ture formerly Stokely Carmicheal So there I was, sitting at the front row for Afrikan Liberation Day which was well under way. I wished my Keynote was first so I could really enjoy the program that I helped organize. Representatives of the Harriet Tubman Organization and the Afrikan Union Region 6 in Toronto had already given their solidarity statements which were both powerful. I talked myself multiple times into believing that I wouldn't be nervous...

  Spirituality is natural, to me it revolves around everything life sustaining. We are spirits in natural, physical vessels trying to manifest our goals, ambitions and desires from deep within. Our immaterial mind creates unphysical thoughts and images related to said goals, ambitions and desires. Our natural, physical being, carrying the spirit, has the ability to innerstand the sciences behind how nature works and our universe. Spirituality is intelligence that revolves around anything life sustaining. My spiritual depth ranges from the sun, rain, wind to the soil, plants and...

I had the pleasure of writing, preparing, practicing and finally delivering a keynote speech for Afrikan Liberation day last weekend. This is a yearly event I help organize and I manifested the keynote after our original speaker we had pulled out due to scheduling issues. The funny thing was I initially turned down the opportunity. I didn’t see myself as a public speaker *yet*. I didn’t feel like I reached my full potential as an organizer, I didn’t feel like I was anywhere near the level of the great...

Since I wrote my reaction on a piece about how women should analyze men's wealth almost a year ago, I've gone through a lot of financial changes. It's been a long battle living on my own, paying bills, knocking down my debt and saving. My second  hurdle in my journey was eliminating all of my credit card debt, which I paid off at the top of this year. Even though it was only $1.2k of debt, it felt great to get rid of the burden, which is like a...

For us Hip Hop old heads, the good ole days is something that's hard for us to let go. It took me the longest time to warm up to some of the newer rappers and actually listen to the music. I spoke with many people on how they feel the New Era doesn't stack up with the Golden Era. The problem Old heads don't get is that 90% of the time, the new wave of fans don't want to think about the music, they just want to feel it....