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Tupac Talks Donald Trump & Greed in America in 1992 and “The Charleston Chronicle”—both have vital Black History Month Messages for you

In 1992, I was very busy working on a career and Hip Hop was not on my radar, and consequently, I didn’t listen to a Tupac Shakur. I had no idea who Tupac was. It’s only within the past two … Read More

Priebus to Obama: ‘Step up’ and quiet Democrats who question Trump’s legitimacy

              I’d like to ask you, do you think most aware souls and consciously aware intellectuals believe the incoming U.S.A. political administration clandestinely used the word “Democrats?” Based upon the histories and reputations of the President-elect’s cohorts, I would … Read More

African-American Lady Liberty (donning Dreadlocks) graces US Mint’s newest coin

Over the past 30 days, I’ve published four articles that examine attitudes having to do with beauty standards in public and in the workplace: U.S. Court Rules Dreadlock Ban During Catastrophe Management Solutions, Inc. Hiring Process Is Legal,  Colonialism Attitudes and African American Hair, Are … Read More

Traditional Black School Talladega College Band Will Play at Inaugural Parade. Write your thoughts.

I’m all for diversity in thought, but the decision of the president of Talladega College, Billy Hawkins, arguing “the 58th presidential inauguration is about something bigger than Mr. Trump” is absurd. Here’s the full New York Times article “Ending Speculation, Black College Says … Read More

It’s Bothering Me, But I Can Cope

Today, I found myself feeling unsettled as I thought about President-elect Donald Trump and how much sadness and anxiety his election has brought into many of our lives. As an African-American, I take it personal that a large segment of the United States of America citizenry … Read More

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