I'm always amazed when black people say the N-word is a term of endearment or familiarity -yet the conventional spelling is rarely used to indicate this 'truth'. Same with this painting that hangs in Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. The artist, Barkley Hendricks says he means to be provocative but the... Continue Reading →
Women date "projects"; men marry their projection.
"Until Negroes address the twisted culture that spawns these violent, hyper-aggressive young males who are toxic by-products of fatherless homes and a celebrated impoverished American Negro "baby mama society" ~ 12, DEAD,Christmas Night,Chicago. Twisted Culture? Qu'est-ce que c'est "Twisted Culture?" "violent, hyper-aggressive young males who are toxic by-products of fatherless homes" Well this would make... Continue Reading →
Women are better escape artist than Houdini with all the cultural shackles we have to loosen to free ourselves. ~MH
Ashley Judd (Actor, Activist) took to the stage as the Women's March, Washington, DC and performed the poem of her young protégé' Nina Mariah. Many took to Twitter to rant about what they believed was Judd's speech against the current president. It was Spoken Word written and performed by a talented teen performance artist at Southern Word. The words are biting and especially... Continue Reading →
We are currently undergoing a cultural shift. We have mortally wounded the present age - and like any wounded animal it's confused, delirious and very dangerous. Fear not! The pen is still mightier than the sword. It was stories that ushered in the age marked by murder, slavery and bondage. It's stories that will seal its... Continue Reading →
Presidential Electors have been electing the U.S. President since 1787. Yet What I Found On The Internet, most recently on Jelly, the Q & A social website; not enough of us understand how this body of electors function in our democracy. POP QUIZ: How many electoral votes does a candidate need to win the presidential... Continue Reading →