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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Jamal Senior Activist: ACTIVISM is for you!

I believe I’ve been an activist all of my life. From the day my Catholic school teacher hit my hands with a pointer stick and I told my mom I would never go back to St Columbus School in North Philly, I knew I wanted to change things and how they affected me. Even when I graffitied the walls of Philly growing up as a youngster I knew that was an act of defiance against the status quo. And when I was placed in the House of Umoja, a boys home in Philly and became an integral part as a young man to stop the gang wars that were prevalent at the time, I saw that I could be a vehicle for change Entering the Marine Corps in 1975, I could see the reason why it was the last branch to allow blacks and their shared training with white recruits.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Black AmeriKKKa: Is hip-hop training us to behave like animals? - Speech (Arrested Development)

A much-needed conversation to start in the Black community. Spearheaded by Dr. Boyce Watkins and the big homie Speech from Arrested Development.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Darrin D Henson The Family Business

We must recognize and celebrate Black excellence and greatness when it is upon us. We have to see it own it and capitalize on it. We have all too many times failed to honor those from the black community Who deliver art in its purest form. We ain't about to do that no more.
Today our focus is on one who has done the works of a decorated actor, been nominated four times for the NAACP Image Award, is an author and an MTV winning choreographer. This is just the tip of the iceberg folks. He's just getting started. Of course, we are speaking of Mr. Darrin Henson.