Monday, March 30, 2020

How ‘Black America’ Can Reverse The Deplorable Tradition Of ‘Black Students’ Disengagement From Black Writers.

February 26, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( From the moment that African-American Studies Literature Professor Dr. William Maurice Shipley uttered the question of “Don’t you have your own traditions and stories? Or will you simply rest on the creativity and imagination of Europeans?” I realized the unbridled power the piercing inquisition held. Dr. Shipley’s inquiry... [Read more...]

Educators and Bloggers Honored as Heroes at Technology Conference.

February 23, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( William Jackson and Aida Correa were honored at the Phoenix, Arizona WordCamp conference. Selected for the HERO PANEL with 3 other honorees recognized as volunteers, speakers, advocates, and organizers involved in the WordPress Open Source community. Honored for their service, William and Aida, locally, nationally and internationally,... [Read more...]

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Economic Plan Looks Like a Duck, Despite How Some Quack.

February 20, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( As Sen. Bernie Sanders looks more and more like the one who may win the Democratic presidential nomination, some tell us that he isn’t the radical leftist others make him out to be. Maybe he’s not even a socialist, despite his own claims. In fact, the storyline continues, compared to many prominent European political... [Read more...]

Fahamu Pecou Disrupts Current Ideas Surrounding (Male) Blackness.

February 20, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( Living while Black can be a challenge for Black people. It can be ominous negotiations for Black men and young boys in particular. For this reason, interdisciplinary artist and scholar Dr. Fahamu Pecou has made it his life’s work to critique prevailing misconceptions of Black identity, by untangling the visible and invisible... [Read more...]

MLK & Black Power.

February 15, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( There is no sensible argument that can be made to counter W.E.B. Du Bois’ statement that “the problem of the 20th Century will be the color line.” If any criticism can be hurled at this Duboisian prophecy it is that it ends too soon and should have been extended far into the new millennium. For many of our countrymen,... [Read more...]

Persuasive Reasons to Pay Someone to Have Your Essays Written by Experts.

February 6, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( The life of a student is full of unpredictable challenges and every time these challenges become more and more difficult. Even though many students complain of the impossibility of fulfilling all the tasks and demands, the busy schedules, and being greatly overloaded by the curriculum, there are always ways out for those who... [Read more...]

9 Coding Games for Your Child to Learn Programming.

Tweet ( You can never get it 100% right as a parent. However, you can do right by guaranteeing your children a bright future. Encouraging them to pursue their passion and interests is one way to help them be more successful in life. For this reason, you can encourage your kids to play coding games online to grow their programming skills. Despite... [Read more...]

King’s Dream Has Turned Into A Nightmare.

January 19, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( As we celebrate the national birthday holiday for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I can’t help but to ponder what he would say about the current state of Black America specifically, and America in general. I am sure he would be livid at how white liberal’s handpicked Black “leaders” have been bought and paid for by them... [Read more...]

Job Getting Stale? Try This!

January 16, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( It can be hard to believe, but there are people who love what they do for a living. Often though, even loving what you do, the job can still get stale and a bit boring. So if you know you do not want to move, or if you can’t move from one job to the next, what can you do? The answer is easy; the choice is yours. It might... [Read more...]

The ‘African’ Divination Complimentary Ways of Knowing.

January 15, 2020 by  
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Tweet ( “Spirituality centered wisdom stands for both justice and dignity and it cannot be trivialized. It emphasizes philosophies of connectedness, coexistence, belongingness, love, and compassion in education. In the light of this understanding of spirituality, the African renaissance and pedagogy should be grounded in spirituality... [Read more...]

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