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January 31, 2015 by


STOP — LOOK & LISTEN!! Absolutely pertinent insights from Dr. Boyce Watkins. Truly worth 15 minutes of your time!!! Advertisements

Can Our Athletes Be An Effective Force For Change & Justice??

May 2, 2014 by


Maybe Donald Sterling Can Lead Players to Unite on Social Change (excerpt from article by Curtis Bunn in the Atlanta Black Star) April 28, 2014 | Posted by Curtis Bunn It’s quite easy for folks at home to muse that the players should boycott. A bigger statement can be made forevermore when the NBA players […]

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”)

Remembering Trayvon — Beyond the Pain & “Conversation”

July 30, 2013 by


by Bro. Mxolisi T. Sowell / Min. Ozo-Sowande  The ever evolving core of history, heritage, spirit and faith (my heart and soul) by which I experience and interpret the events of life has had insult added to injury once again. This time, a guy named George Zimmerman was declared not guilty of anything by a jury of […]

Don’t Call Me No “nigga” Neither!!!

July 7, 2013 by


  By Bro. Mxolisi T. Sowell / Ozo-Sowande Don’t call me nigger, whitey Don’t call me whitey, nigger . . . Some of us are old enough and enlightened enough to know that the foregoing words are from a song released in May of 1969 by Sly and the Family Stone. Further, some of us […]

Black Studies Past & Present

May 17, 2013 by


Black Studies Past & Present     By Amenseph JP Wks   Upon doing a general review and look into the history of Black Studies one will find that intensive academic efforts to reconstruct Black-African American history are said to have begun in the late 19th century; A time period that has provided great voices to the […]