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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

There Are More Hidden Figures Around Us.

January 16, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Ent., News, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( “I’m just amazed at the shoulders that I’m standing on to allow me to work to achieve my dreams.” Taylor Richardson, attending “Hidden Figures” premiere at the White House 2016 Dedicated to the past Hidden Figures that allowed girls and boys to embrace STEM – STEAM – STREAM and grasp new opportunities to fulfill... [Read more...]

2017 for HBCUs A Time for Content and Blogging Development.

January 14, 2017 by  
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Tweet ( A new semester teaching Educational Technology and Social Media, new opportunity to share the empowerment and collaboration of technology. The joy is opening my student’s eyes and minds to new avenues to create and share positive content. The challenge is getting past the preconceived ideas that Blacks don’t use technology... [Read more...]

Ways In Which Many Africans In America Are Complicit With The Corrupt Eurocentric Imperialistic Power Structure.

January 13, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Money, News, Opinion, Politics, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( One of the rules of psychological warfare is that if you wanna control a group of people, you have to control certain narratives, images, and messages. And we as African people are basically the main targets for this psychological warfare that has been used against us for over 400 years in this country. Unfortunately, there... [Read more...]

Black Family, Healing Must Happen in 2017.

January 12, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Relationships, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Today across urban America lie pockets of Black poverty produced largely by housing discrimination, redlining and later, public housing. While some neighborhoods have always been poor, they haven’t always been dangerous. Black families lived relatively peacefully in poverty for over a century. Prior to the 1970s during the... [Read more...]

Minimum Wage vs. Living Wage in 2017.

January 12, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Money, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( What future will America have when so many of her citizens lack the ability to engage in critical thinking, refuse to connect the dots, and fail to use common sense? This unwillingness to think clearly is no better demonstrated than by the continued support for the minimum wage. After all the studies and the near-unanimous opinion... [Read more...]

Pursue Your Dream Without Affecting Your Routine.

January 12, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Education plays a vital role in each of your lives. Furthermore, education decides who you are and who you will be in the future. Most people go to high-end colleges, while some drop out of college due to lack of sufficient time and inability to pay the fee. Online education has been on the rise ever since its introduction.... [Read more...]

Why These Skills Can Secure Your Future in the Professional World.

Tweet ( No matter what kind of professional position you are seeking, there are some skills that should be common to all professions, on all levels of the corporate ladder. Whether you are looking at careers in nursing or a position at a software development company in Silicon Valley, these basic skills are what will stand out on your... [Read more...]

Learning from Liberals and Progressives.

January 4, 2017 by  
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Tweet ( We will never understand liberals and progressives until we recognize that they often see reality as a social construct subject to being challenged and changed. For example, throughout the world, boys and girls have different toy preferences. Typically, boys like to play with cars and trucks, whereas girls prefer dolls. Liberals... [Read more...]

Custom Term Paper Writing Service You Can Deal with.

Tweet ( The main challenges any student faces in college are the large volume of reading, the tough deadlines, and the writing. College assignments can be hard as they require critical thinking, hard work, and a lot of practice. The problem is that students have never received any formal instruction on how to write in a high school,... [Read more...]

Dr. Umar Johnson Mo Problems.

December 30, 2016 by  
Filed under Education, Money, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Last time I had contact with anyone closest to Dr. Umar Johnson, we (myself and several other constituents that don’t need to be mentioned here) had formed a group of Black and concerned people trying to gather together to get the word out about saving St. Paul’s college in Lawrenceville, Virginia. One particular young lady... [Read more...]

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