When Clifford Hall is Jailed for Being A Father

Since I am a father, it must be known that fatherhood can be taxing. If you live with the child, then you know that you have to serve as an example of manhood. If you are NOT living with the child, your responsibilities are the same. Beyond the monetary and materialism, a father pays […]

People are a Blessing or a Lesson – PT 104

This post was brought to you by AB’s new 45 Series Vol. 1 single “Stop Fakin’/Stevie’s Lament”. Please enjoy the music while you read.

When it comes to the dating scene, and life in general, a person will be either two things: a blessing or a lesson. You will either have someone that will always […]

Karrine Steffans Does Not Know Her History

In my eyes, there is nothing worse than not understanding the situations involved in your own personal history. I’m not talking about strange trivia specifics like the birthdate of Sir Menelik or the Malcolm X’s favorite meal. I’m referring to general facts that are there to help you understand how things came to be. […]

Some Black and White People are Stupid Towards Racism

Racism: a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race [1].


Nowadays, people always want to claim that we live in a post racial society.  Yes, that is right my intellectuals: race matters not. The only problem with this is that the thought of a […]

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    That Awkward Moment When We Realize Some Black Women Are Lost

That Awkward Moment When We Realize Some Black Women Are Lost


(Note: this is not a knock against all Black women. This is just a response to a video that bothered me. Please enjoy.)

Apparently, Black women have an image problem.

I was watching a video entitled “Should Black Women Care About Their Image?” created by the “queen of swirling” Christelyn Karazin. While I know that she […]

That Awkward Moment When Justice Suffers from Affluenza

Gross injustices are nothing new. We see these situations all the time. From the man getting falsely accused of a crime to the person that is found not guilty when they clearly are responsible, injustice is becoming a common occurrence. It has become so commonplace that we, as a people, should expect it to […]

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52 Book Project Pt. 1: Blockbusters by Anita Elberse

As I begin this 52 book journey, I knew I had to start off with something interesting. So, picking up the book Blockbusters was a win/win. For one, I would be reading something informational about entertainment. Another reason is that I would get an informed opinion about business decisions I didn’t always necessarily agree […]

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Dead Beat Moms – Glitch or Future Epidemic?

One of my good friends brought up a scenario that I found hard to believe. I wanted to share this with you all and expound upon it more for the sake of gaining knowledge:
 So this ex-Marine and I were talking about his disability. He got shot in Iraq and they kicked him out and […]

Dear Black Women – Where Do You Find These Lames?

I knew this situation was coming. I knew I would get into a circumstance where I feel the inspiration to acknowledge some madness that I have seen on the internet. I know that many people felt a certain way about race and race relations. I also figured that there would be more people out […]

Proof of Power – The 52 Book Project

It is time for me to make a change before the school year even starts.

I have been thinking long and hard about one of the aspects of my life that I am lacking in: reading books. While I do read “sometimes”, I don’t read enough books on a consistent basis. Also, I am noticing […]