At this time, I’d like to say to all of my blog followers, thank you for supporting the issues that I am passionate about. It is not necessary to agree with me; just understand where I’m coming from. 102 more words
Tags » Black Culture
For almost the past 50 years, there has been a shift in the American Dream of success, especially in regards to black families. Civil rights laws opened doors to education. 991 more words
About two weeks ago, I heard about an epic beat down of a fight between a girl named Sharkeisha and another one named Shamichael. One day, I will explain thoroughly why I cannot abide World Star Hip-Hop; but suffice it to say that since I refuse to frequent that site, I haven’t seen the Sharkeisha video. 755 more words
One day, I sat at my windowsill, peering out of my window. Every Black man that I saw passing by…seemed to have a serious look on his face—no smile. 438 more words
Never in my entire life have I ever felt the need to defend who I am as well as my culture.
It seems as though every single day, the Black community is being targeted, challenged or violated by outsiders who do not have the intelligence to understand that our culture is not only rich, but diverse. 401 more words