Monday, June 14, 2021

For the good of the game; The NFL and Race Norming.

Tweet ( Football is America’s game.  With a pre-pandemic annual revenue of over $15 billion, the National Football League far outpaces other major North American sports franchises (Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association and the National Hockey League) and is the most lucrative sports league in the world. After... [Read more...]

Nancy Etz Shares 6 Ways We Can All Help Make Education Accessible.

Tweet ( The right to an education is a basic human right, with 7,000 students dropping out of high school each day in the U.S. Triple Pundit reports the total number of students dropping out of U.S. high schools each year totals over 1.2 million. Around the world, billions of people are not allowed to achieve their dream of receiving... [Read more...]

LinkedIn Strategies for HBCU Students Prepare to Connect.

Tweet ( The use of technology to promote personal and business Brands has grown exponentially over the course of several years. Building a relationship online is strategic, planned and executed to obtain maximum visibility. HBCU students are in very competitive career choices and should apply their skills and talents online to increase... [Read more...]

Boarding schools in London.

Tweet ( Best boarding schools in UK are located in London. Tuition at best London private boarding schools allows international students to get quality traditional British education. Features of studying in best boarding schools in London Studying in London boarding schools for foreign students most often begins at the age of 11-12,... [Read more...]

Pretending White Supremacy is Our Biggest Problem as a Crime Wave Sweeps the Nation and the World Erupts.

May 12, 2021 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Money, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( I live in rural Georgia, so I’m good. But sadly, a lot of folks don’t and exist in a world of make believe in Never-Never land. This pretend world from the mouths of those in control portends that the greatest US threat presently is White supremacy. Personally, as one born and who lived in the segregated South, I don’t... [Read more...]

It’s Time For A Change In Tactics In The Black And Brown Communities.

May 10, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( It’s time to bring episodes like what took place in the below video be brought to a screeching halt in our community. The reason that this kind of abuse is still taking place after over fifty years of complaining about it, is because what we’ve allowed to pose as Black activists. They’re ineffective, and we’ve... [Read more...]

The Miseducation of Lebron James.

Tweet ( Not to get to far ahead of myself, I want to say that this isn’t picking on one individual but rather a mind set promulgated by the most insufficiently well-read of the populous. One of the many books that has informed my inflections on the world insofar as race was concerned was written by Carter G. Woodson. It was titled... [Read more...]

The Vapid Performative Art of White Virtue Signaling is Modern Racism.

April 30, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( I was blessed to have attended most likely the best college in the nation, Morehouse College. There I met like minded young men who were Black, yet we were not defined by our Blackness. See we all revered the teachings and lessons bestowed upon us by one of our greatest alumni, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ours was a standing... [Read more...]

Liberalism and the Bigotry of Low Expectations.

April 28, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( If I may be frank, Joe Biden represents the worst attributes of progressive democrat ideology. The first is that of a corrupt beneficence that assumes we know better and what is best for all, for we are smarter than you and because we refuse to accept that you can think for yourself. Although condescending, the liberal class... [Read more...]

The Trial of Derek Chauvin & George Floyd.

April 6, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( There are two deeply troubling warning signs in the trial of former Minneapolis cop, Derek Chauvin in the slaying of George Floyd.  The first came when a Black student at Duke University found Floyd’s toxicology report slipped on a Black History Month bulletin board at the University on March 20. There was nothing about Chauvin... [Read more...]

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