A little reflection is needed within the African-American culture to help many within the culture heal. How else can we tackle the real issues our culture is facing if we don’t create a dialogue?So let’s […]
As I take a little kickback and reflect on how happy I am to be alive, I think about how much I have grown as a person and that life can change within a matter […]
When it comes to the black culture, it’s typical to see a broken family:Single mom, dad’s in jail, kids are out of hand, and etc. You seldomly see a black family together like the Huxtables […]
The 2018 elections for Florida’s Governor was a bittersweet moment for some of us Floridians. The mass majority of what’s considered to be the “minority” (clearly this isn’t based off population) in Florida were celebrating that Rick Scott was leaving office (that’s a discussion for another day) an also anticipating a candidate [Andrew Gillum] that some felt was “authentic“, which seems to be something a lot of these politicians lack these days, AUTHENTICITY. Unfortunately, Gillum did not win and Ron DeSantis was declared Governor of Florida. I can’t say that I was too happy with the results of the election, but I decided to not judge the new Florida Governor as yet. I wanted to give him an opportunity to show me why he’s meant to sit in the seat.
Last week I asked the question, “In what state did the biggest and more successful slave rebellion take place?” Here’s your answer.