Tuesday, December 6, 2016


Dream Without Limits.

Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) It is beautiful that we see campaigns like “Because of Them We Can”. When I was a little girl growing up we had not publically arrived at that place.  Children were taught what they could accomplish from parents, teachers and community members. Sometimes there were those that told us our career options were limited.  As... [Read more...]

Easy Ways To Make Your Money Go Further Around The House.

February 18, 2016 by  
Filed under Black History, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) Although we’re clear of the last global recession, you may still want to save money around the house. Although we’d all like more money in our pockets, finding ways to save can sometimes feel pretty hard. If you’re struggling to save money, there are a number of things you might not have thought of. Here are some tips to... [Read more...]

Black History: The Glamor of Harriet Tubman, Deep to The Roots.

February 2, 2016 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) She stood gloriously, her hair swallowed by a red scarf, the strength and glory of her taut brown face a symbol of a beauty that does not fade. Still, I imagine, she likely wouldn’t make the cover of some glamour magazine today without an “extreme makeover” or perhaps a perm or touch of silky hair weave. And... [Read more...]

Let’s Get Rid of Ole Black History Month.

February 12, 2015 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) Let’s get rid of Black History Month. I know. It sounds crazy — like something that you might hear at a Tea Party rally, or from a political pundit spouting some notion that minority people get special privileges, while ignoring white privilege. It’s a ludicrous idea, but let me break it down for you. When my... [Read more...]

Thy Legacy of Carter G. Woodson.

February 7, 2015 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) The best way to celebrate Black History Month is to make more Black history. Black History Month is now celebrated around the world. We are grateful for the visionary leadership of noted historian and scholar Carter G. Woodson for being the founder of what was known as Negro History Week in 1926 that 44 years later evolved into... [Read more...]

A Message To Black America: Our History Lies Before Us.

February 6, 2014 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) I just read a snippet from an old article in Essence Magazine indicating that researchers have uncovered new information suggesting that Cleopatra may not have been Black. The article brought back to mind a piece I read by Earl Ofari Hutchinson many years ago entitled, Whose Black History To Believe? In that very insightful... [Read more...]

Part 2; Independence Day For Africans.

July 2, 2013 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) In 1852, Frederick Douglass spoke of America’s hypocrisy when dealing with the issue of slavery. He mused: “What, to the American slave, is your Fourth of July? I answer: a day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. “To him, your celebration... [Read more...]

Part 1; Independence Day For Africans.

June 26, 2013 by  
Filed under Black History, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) Why should we celebrate the bombs bursting in air, when the nation had already declared war on us?    On July 4, 1776, when the United States of America gained its independence from Great Britain, Africans in America were still in slavery.  The nation talked about independence, but there was none for the African. The major... [Read more...]

Yes Remembering Chinua Achebe.

April 4, 2013 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) On Thursday, March 21st, 2013, the world lost an intellectual heavyweight in Professor Chinua Achebe. He died at the age of 82. Commonly regarded as the father of African literature because of his development of the field, Achebe penned many significant books—most influential of these being Things Fall Apart, a 1958 novel that... [Read more...]

Removing the Veil from Black History Month.

April 2, 2013 by  
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Tweet (ThyBlackMan.com) SANKOFA: A West African word meaning to retrieve the past in order to live in the future. February, the nationally-recognized, officially-designated month to observe, celebrate, and praise much of Black America’s achievements and contributions to weaving the fabric of the American civilization has come and gone. It seems that... [Read more...]

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