Lets Talk About It

May 24, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Let's talk about the environmental abuse that occurs in society every day as I drive through inner cities and watch millions of dollars pumped into rebuilding roads, bridges, and infrastructures in communities that lack employment opportunities, poverty, homelessness, hunger and community programming. Let's talk about educational abuse when school...
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857 Tecumseh Street

May 23, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Flashbacks of a once proud, thriving, working-class black community segregated from the harsh reality of ghetto life. I remember like it was yesterday, kids playing kickball, tag football, hopscotch, jumping double dutch and sting ray bike races. Me and my boy's chill-in on the corner of Tecumseh and Miller talking smack, watch-in honey's swag the...
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K.Michelle "Keeping it real"

May 17, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
If you watch "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta", you have seen K. Michelle discussing how she wanted to be signed to a major company again, and then recording in the studio and performing in concert. Now all of that hard work has paid off as K. Michelle has paid off. This week (August 31) the singer hits the Billboard 200 at No.1 with her major-label debu...
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The Black Press

May 11, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The black press used to be about the business of reporting accurate, unbiased, uplifting, uncompromising and empowering news to the black community. What used to be black news that reported on black empowerment the conversation has shifted to politically correct, color blind, spineless conversation that will not offend white corporate advertisers....
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Yo Blues Ain't As Bad As My Blues

May 11, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I will never forget the hunger pains and what it felt like to sleep on a hard concrete office floor. These are the things that make you fight to get back on top and never fall back down.
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