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
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I have been an intermittent blogger for about 12 years.
I have created (and deleted) blogs that run the gamut: my hair, fashion, sex & relationships, my life here in Toronto and while living in Montreal, random, pictures of interest (before Pinterest), my daily commute and work. 514 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
Prelude: Is Kanye a puddle or an ocean?
I am a Kanye West fan. I once thought that Kanye West’s classic “Jesus Walks” meant that he would become hip-hop’s savior from all the ills that kept me from loving it in totality. 1,046 more words
November 23, 2013 John Morgan
There is a great deal of confusion about what Guénon and Evola meant by Tradition, and while the terms “traditional” or “traditionalist” are frequently invoked these days, often the evocateur demonstrates in said usage that he does not in fact grasp it. 4,078 more words
Sometimes you have to own your ugly. This is mine.
I am a fantasy football playing, college team cheering, NFL-loving chick who spends hours every weekend glued to the television watching men run up and down a field in tights. 724 more words