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Black Forgiveness Is Not a White Handout

Forgiveness is at the cornerstone of the black experience in America. At any given moment, black people are expected to “forgive” people. Never mind the fact that we, as a people, may not be ready. And forget about the fact that whomever has done any of us wrong may not be asking for that […]

By |December 22nd, 2016|life|0 Comments|

Fear of a Black Santa

Larry Jefferson made me proud of all the Black Santas that exists out there. And no, it isn’t because he stood up to a mob of racists. And he didn’t have to save a cat from being stuck in a tree. Rather, Jefferson took the time to do his job with honor and humility. […]

By |December 10th, 2016|life|2 Comments|

Stephen A. Smith Always Tap Dances for White America

There are days when I wish Stephen A. Smith stuck to sports and sports only.

In recent history, he was interviewed by  Dontae’s Boxing Nation. They asked him about being compared to Shannon Sharpe and whether he agreed about Sharpe’s stance on white involvement with black issues. Here is where the situation got interesting:

“…and remember, […]

By |November 29th, 2016|life, racial relations, sports|1 Comment|

Charles Barkley and Black People Do Not Mix

When I read that Charles Barkley was going to become the host of “The Race Card” on TNT, I knew it was a beautiful disaster in the waiting. I just knew the former “Round Mound of Rebound” was going to make some classically calamitous prime time programming. I knew there would be trouble because […]

By |November 28th, 2016|life|7 Comments|

Moise Morancy is a Black Superhero

From first glance, it seems as if Moise Morancy was raised right. The humble and engaging hip hop artist/activist/actor is also a man on a mission. His mission? Well, his mission is enlightenment and love. Also, Morancy believes in defending the defenseless and saving those that need saving. In actually, Moise Morancy’s most notable […]

By |October 30th, 2016|life, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Donald Trump, Misogyny, and Growing Up

Donald Trump’s words have echoed through my brain for the past few days.

“Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.”

Right after that, I had to make sure that I heard everything correctly. I knew damn well that this high ranking millionaire wasn’t out here making lewd comments like this. I was hoping that […]

By |October 13th, 2016|life, politics|4 Comments|

Mamadou Diallo Charges Should Be Dropped

Mamadou Diallo had to deal with one of the worst things that could ever happen. And one of those things is the intentional harm of a loved. And not just any type of bodily harm: I am talking about rape. That’s right. Someone tried to rape this man’s wife. And he reacted like anybody […]

By |June 2nd, 2016|life|0 Comments|

Privilege And Delusional Black People

Have you ever taken the time to listen to someone that absolutely makes no sense? These people may talk a good game. They are eloquent, verbally proficient, and even bring up talking points that sound good. Yet, all of their loquaciousness doesn’t add up with reality. It is as if they take a position […]

By |May 22nd, 2016|life|0 Comments|
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    Alabama State University Graduation 2016 – The Family Affair

Alabama State University Graduation 2016 – The Family Affair

The wife and I arrived at The Acadome at Alabama State University before the rest of my family. It was bad enough that we had to get up early in the morning and drive two hours from Atlanta. It was hilarious enough that we got to the campus way before the graduation started. And […]

By |May 8th, 2016|life|0 Comments|

Sheriff David Clarke the Coon of the Year?

Coon (n.) derogatory term used for a black person.

I cram to understand those like Sheriff David Clarke. It seems like Mr. Milwaukee would actually take the high road on issues with police brutality. Yet, he takes the road less traveled: the path of a policeman that wants to stick it to regular citizens. […]

By |April 20th, 2016|life|0 Comments|