Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2014«

Black Star Project: “Take Education to Da Street!!!”

March 27, 2014 by


TCR Talks: Revamping education in the community, not the classroom By Charlotte Lait, The Chicago Reporter writer // Mar. 24, 2014 The disparity in academic achievement between white children and children of color has been an issue in public education for decades. Low-income black and Latino students consistently struggle to compete with their white peers. […]

Unequal education: Is anyone listening?

March 26, 2014 by


BY JESSE JACKSON March 25, 2014 The “moral disgrace” in U.S. education The Department of Education just released its annual study on civil rights in our education system. The report, Attorney General Eric Holder summarized, “shows that racial disparities in school discipline policies are not only well-documented among older students but actually begin during preschool.” […]

Isaiah Washington — Not Black?? RACE is non-existent??

March 25, 2014 by


LISTEN to this intelligent, heart-felt, powerful expression of SELF-KNOWLEDGE from BROTHER ISAIAH WASHINGTON!!! (Dr. Preston Burke on “Gray’s Anatomy”)

From the Ancient Through the Present: The Ingenuity of Afrikan Alphabets

March 19, 2014 by


Stop. Look. Listen! to this eight+ minute video. It might have some profoundly positive impact on your heart and soul! Ankh, Udja, Seneb!!! (Life, Prosperity, Health!!!)

The Disappearing Male: Chemical Genocide Threatening Human Existence!

March 12, 2014 by


Hey, Folks! Take 45 minutes of your time to view the video posted below. It is Informative. Unsettling!! This information needs wider, systematic distribution so the critical challenge of minimizing and / or eliminating the saturation of our lives with genocidal, male-fetus-attacking substances can gain some strength. (especially for our children and future generations, especially […]

Rev. Jesse Jackson: U.S. spending extraordinary amounts on ‘guard labor’

March 11, 2014 by


BY JESSE JACKSON February 17, 2014 America’s gun culture costs lives and feeds our fears. Consider the most recent injustice in Florida, the verdict in the Michael Dunn case, and the most recent news about America’s “guard labor.” In Jacksonville, Fla., Michael Dunn, a 47-year-old white man, was aggravated by the loud rap music coming […]

Patrick Awuah: African Millionaire on an African Mission

March 8, 2014 by


As an 18-year-old student at Morehouse, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote an essay — The Purpose of Education. In that essay he was critical of fellow students who were using college, in his view, primarily to acquire knowledge and skills by which they could go out and exploit their people rather than develop the character […]