I don’t write spoken word Or personal narratives I write poems that are molded from my thoughts about living in an unjust world I’m in a private area...
I’m positive you haven’t been missing out on the media coverage from Africa, where death tolls and fatalities have always had to force their way into the headlines. Perhaps you are like me, getting bored and tired...
I can remember a curious scene which took place in a literature class back in high school. I had refused to fall in with my teacher on a particular issue. The issue was this: we had just finished reading...
Intro: Whenever I had to have a conversation with a person who wasn’t properly taught about Women and Women’s issues, the topic of Feminism comes up. I never explicitly liked using the word because...
2020 has been a curve ball for the United States of America. The reality of race relations in the country is being uncovered, as well as the ill-intentions of those who’ve made a vow to lead us....
Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have produced some of our most well-known leaders in America. Lately, I have been curious about the future of farming at HBCUs. Surely HBCUs produce programs and degrees related to agriculture,...
Wickedness. That’s what 19-year-old Jabril Muhammad sees when he looks at the U.S. “America’s root is slavery, genocide, lying, and thievery. She is the same still - enslaving, killing all over the earth, lying about it, and stealing land,” he said. Jabril...
I’m going to be as clear as possible: I like F.D Signifier. I genuinely enjoy his videos, especially the ones where he dissects the manosphere. However, his video titled, The Real Black Faces...
I’ve dealt with failure my entire life. I’m sure we all have. I’ve failed tests, I’ve failed at friendships, I’ve failed at promises, I’ve failed at goals... I’ve...
At 9:41 AM on November 16th, 2017, after numerous hours of waiting, my first child was born into the world. I had joined the society of fatherhood. There are many ways to approach the responsibilities that accompany...

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