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Just taking a quick moment to vent… So tired of the gunshots, especially when I know that the guns are not manufactured in the city – and aimed at one another; when I know the profitable makers don’t appear to give a damn; when the media images pumped into the minds of many are purposefully
Well, the title may be a bit dramatic to taste, but this represents the power of art. Sometimes it is simply a matter of influence.
Photos from my quick stop in Pittsburgh, PA’s Hill District. Home of great ancestors such as Art Blakey, August Wilson and EJ Josey. There was a great shop called the Ujamaa Collective. Click the logo to check out their site!
Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu is one of the best in the business, but I am actually a bit bewildered. How can this one Brother have so many books, gems in fact, that could immediately aid in the survival and uplift of people of African descent, but are so rarely used? I am confused. He embraces Maat,
The Umojah Nation crew opened for this immensely talented Sista – Etana – at the Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights. Love my reggae family!
The world is now full of vegetarian and vegan based menus, conversations, movements, literature and the like. This same world is also full of MEAT!! Advertisements, sales at grocery stores, fast food restaurants, etc. Ultimately, the decision is yours (for better or worse), but perhaps sometimes we need a little concise information and those in
Most recently I had a friend state that she liked “men” that used social media sparingly. Respect. Funny thing is, she said it on – a social media site. So, the problem is of course that sometimes we need to do one majorly important thing – sssshhhhhhh…. No love lost, my friend.
Originally posted on Forever Black Effusion:
Black men have to take huge responsibility for all these black women with messed up weaves, skin lightening creams, booty implants etc, in every society women look for their men to validate them, which means what their men show they like the women try to be and black men…
My little girl lives with her mom. Her mom and I divorced a few years back before she turned one. The time I spend with my daughter is very special to me. I dont see her as often as I would like, but give everything I have when we are together. This was the advice