Food for Thought! A friend of mine sent me the attached video in which the speaker shares her thoughts on the roles the Black Lives Matter Movement, Barack Obama, and the Media played in the successful election of Donald Trump. In … Read More
Cornell University Library has made available a collection of 645 African-American images from the 1860s through the 1960s. The collection was donated to the University by Stephan and Beth Loewentheil in 2012. The university says “one of the goals — … Read More
It’s that time again in the United States of America where the annual Black History Month observance is now upon the masses of the nation’s ebony citizenry. This is meant to be a celebration of African-Americans, in particular, having respect … Read More
Some 43 years ago, Muhammad Ali participated in a heated panel discussion about the plight of African-Americans on the Mike Douglas Show. How times have not change! The discussion is relevant on the eve of Donald Trump‘s ascendcy to President of the United States. I … Read More
I dislike having to belabor a subject, but, I was just walking through one of the busiest streets in Munich, Germany and I saw a photo of a young woman advertising Chanel, and, she was sporting Dredlocks. My mind immediately sprang back to … Read More
What do you think? Why is the Benchmark European Hair? Click on the video to see what young South African women are doing about it.
The art of collecting things is a universal fascination enjoyed by hundreds of millions of collectors throughout the world. No matter what the objects of interests may be, the collectors are usually obsessed souls. From the ultra rich to those … Read More