Talking Public Education With Stephen Brier

As we approach the end of another semester, Stephen Brier was gracious enough to grant me an interview that focused on the history of public education in the New York City area. Dr. Brier, an accomplished educator, speaks of his influencers, his professional life, and how he maintains balance as he manages a heavy workload…. Read more »

FIGHT FOR US-CUBA RELATIONS!

On March 25, 2017 our community came together to support the integration of the United States and Cuba.  The National Conference for the Full Normalization of US-Cuban Relations was held at Fordham University School of Law.  Issues such as ending various sanctions against Cuba (economic, financial, and travel), were discussed.  The bottom line is that… Read more »

The Morris Justice Project Works To Annihilate ‘Stop and Frisk!’

As I continue to share my thoughts and views on police brutality.  I was invited to a demonstration at Columbia University last week that featured a presentation about police reform from a group called the Morris Justice Project.  This project has been in existence for the last 6 years and this group has made tremendous… Read more »

Black Spades Speak Out Against The Slander Of Afrika Bambaataa

In a day and age where rumors run rapid in inner city communities, allegations against hip hop legend Afrika Bambaataa seem unreal. Most of us consider Bambaataa’s Planet Rock one of the major influences, in a B-boy driven era, that birth a new culture and lifestyle in American history. Personally I believe that a man… Read more »

Can we obtain Social Justice through Soul Food?

In a world where people are constantly concerned about their diets, Michael Twitty is examining social justice through food. Twitty a culinary historian, based in Washington D.C., suggests that we preserve the heritage, of what most of us refer to as, “Soul Food.” Twitty investigates the battered past of his ancestors, and how food played… Read more »

Vote For Justice!!

Good Morning, As we deal with trying times, I was inspired to write this song dedicated to the many lives that have been lost due to police brutality.  As of last year, when I wrote this record, 194 lives had been taken due to police brutality.  Brotha’s and Sista’s this has to be stopped.  If… Read more »

It’s Tax Season, Let’s Talk Financial Literacy!!

Yes Brotha’s & Sistas, tax season has arrived again, and financial literacy remains key as we continue to strive for ultimate liberation.  Although most of us are planning to catch up on bills, take vacations, and upgrade our technical devices, it’s imperative that we begin to seriously consider investing a portion of our returns.  While… Read more »

Farrakhan Speaks Black Economic Truth

Yesterday while surfing the Internet, I came across an early message from The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. As a black man that grew up as a Pentecostal Christian through the Apostolic faith, I have grown to gain understanding of the economic status of African American people. Take a listen to this short message from Minister… Read more »

President Obama, 4 The Last Time

  As our 44th President completes his last news conference, I can definitely identify with the agitation of many of the American people. Many of my friends, family, and colleagues express concern; in regards our new President elects ability to run the United States of America in a productive, yet secure manner. As Mr. Trump… Read more »

Check out Jamilah Lemieux & Amber Phillips on The Breakfast Club

What’s Good Brotha’s & Sistas,   I hope the New Year is producing positive and enlightening energy for you and your families. I had some space in my schedule to check out this interview dealing with current issues, in regards to black men & women in urban communities.  Although I’m sure these issues are also… Read more »

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  • Talking Public Education With Stephen Brier

    As we approach the end of another semester, Stephen Brier was gracious enough to grant me an interview that focused on the history of public education in the New York City area. Dr. Brier, an accomplished educator, speaks of his influencers, his professional life, and how he maintains balance as he manages a heavy workload…. Read more »

  • FIGHT FOR US-CUBA RELATIONS!

    On March 25, 2017 our community came together to support the integration of the United States and Cuba.  The National Conference for the Full Normalization of US-Cuban Relations was held at Fordham University School of Law.  Issues such as ending various sanctions against Cuba (economic, financial, and travel), were discussed.  The bottom line is that… Read more »

  • The Morris Justice Project Works To Annihilate ‘Stop and Frisk!’

    As I continue to share my thoughts and views on police brutality.  I was invited to a demonstration at Columbia University last week that featured a presentation about police reform from a group called the Morris Justice Project.  This project has been in existence for the last 6 years and this group has made tremendous… Read more »

  • Black Spades Speak Out Against The Slander Of Afrika Bambaataa

    In a day and age where rumors run rapid in inner city communities, allegations against hip hop legend Afrika Bambaataa seem unreal. Most of us consider Bambaataa’s Planet Rock one of the major influences, in a B-boy driven era, that birth a new culture and lifestyle in American history. Personally I believe that a man… Read more »

  • Can we obtain Social Justice through Soul Food?

    In a world where people are constantly concerned about their diets, Michael Twitty is examining social justice through food. Twitty a culinary historian, based in Washington D.C., suggests that we preserve the heritage, of what most of us refer to as, “Soul Food.” Twitty investigates the battered past of his ancestors, and how food played… Read more »

  • Vote For Justice!!

    Good Morning, As we deal with trying times, I was inspired to write this song dedicated to the many lives that have been lost due to police brutality.  As of last year, when I wrote this record, 194 lives had been taken due to police brutality.  Brotha’s and Sista’s this has to be stopped.  If… Read more »

  • It’s Tax Season, Let’s Talk Financial Literacy!!

    Yes Brotha’s & Sistas, tax season has arrived again, and financial literacy remains key as we continue to strive for ultimate liberation.  Although most of us are planning to catch up on bills, take vacations, and upgrade our technical devices, it’s imperative that we begin to seriously consider investing a portion of our returns.  While… Read more »

  • Farrakhan Speaks Black Economic Truth

    Yesterday while surfing the Internet, I came across an early message from The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. As a black man that grew up as a Pentecostal Christian through the Apostolic faith, I have grown to gain understanding of the economic status of African American people. Take a listen to this short message from Minister… Read more »

  • President Obama, 4 The Last Time

      As our 44th President completes his last news conference, I can definitely identify with the agitation of many of the American people. Many of my friends, family, and colleagues express concern; in regards our new President elects ability to run the United States of America in a productive, yet secure manner. As Mr. Trump… Read more »

  • Check out Jamilah Lemieux & Amber Phillips on The Breakfast Club

    What’s Good Brotha’s & Sistas,   I hope the New Year is producing positive and enlightening energy for you and your families. I had some space in my schedule to check out this interview dealing with current issues, in regards to black men & women in urban communities.  Although I’m sure these issues are also… Read more »