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Thanks and more thanks

November 14, 2019

It is November, which means that Turkey Day is upon us. Thanksgiving is here in the USA. The celebration of the Pilgrims surviving and thriving in America is one of the USA’s most celebrated holidays. Families will get together and embrace each other while adding a few thousand calories to their waistlines. It is time… [Read More]

It’s the only holiday

October 31, 2019

There are several holidays that people celebrate in the world. There are holidays that celebrate the wearing of plaid clothing. There are religious holidays that celebrate deities. With the majority of these so-called holidays, many people do not know the origin or who created the celebration. There is one holiday of which you know the… [Read More]

Seek beauty, not ego confusion

October 10, 2019

Today is a beautiful day and you are a wonderful person. These are words people should hear the voice in their head tell them at least 100 times a day. The truth is everyone is beautiful and life is wonderful. What keeps people from understanding these two things is often the ego. The ego, if… [Read More]

What side are African Americans on?

September 26, 2019

The USA is at a crossroads. When has the country not been at one? Seriously though, the situation in the USA in 2019 seems to be a crisis. The political situation is going awry and even the most naïve person can see this. The citizens are bitter and in constant need of entertaining diversions to… [Read More]

The sun will rise

August 29, 2019

There has been much confusion in the USA over the past several weeks. The political situation in the USA has been in confusion since 1776. There have been atrocities committed from the use of weapons. The New York Yankees’ starting pitchers have been alternating between mediocre and bad. Through all of these trials and tests… [Read More]

Where’s the love?

August 15, 2019

I once heard a lecturer named Bobby Hemmitt state, “Black people hate each other.” This statement was not surprising to me but many found it appalling. I understood what Hemmitt didn’t say that day, “African Americans hate themselves more than each other.” The proof of both previous statements is witnessed every day in the USA…. [Read More]

My Accra adventure

July 25, 2019

For the first three weeks of July 2019 I was in Accra, Ghana. I was there working on a film, Coming to Africa, that is going to be released next year. I had the opportunity to interact with the people of Accra and observe how African people live and interact daily. Accra quickly dispelled the… [Read More]

The poisoned export

July 18, 2019

Nations send out various items they manufacture to be sold in other countries. The item or good being sent to the other country is called an export. One example of an export are cars made in Germany that are sold in the USA. African Americans manufacture nothing but are despoiling the world by exporting the… [Read More]

Your reality show

June 27, 2019

Reality television is almost as old as TV itself. One of the first modern reality shows was The Real World on MTV. If you look at television in 2019 much of the programming is reality TV shows. You have shows that range from the lives of housewives to bootleggers running illegal booze. Many people watch… [Read More]

Much more than summer school

June 27, 2019

Close your eyes and think about the words ‘summer school.’ What comes to mind? If you picture a room full of children clapping, cheering, laughing and falling in love with reading you could be imagining the experience thousands of children across the country are about to have as they participate in the Children’s Defense Fund… [Read More]