Wednesday, July 8, 2020

The Top 7 Best Medical School in the US, Ranked.

July 7, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Health, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Making a choice to go to medical school is a big step in your career. Make sure you choose the right one. Here’s the top seven best medical schools in the US. Harvard Medical School saw a 50% increase in applicants supporting that medical school attendants are on the rise. Choosing the right medical school to attend is... [Read more...]

The term “Minority”; Not For Teachers Only.

June 28, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The terms “minority” and “non-white,” used in reference to Blacks, Latinos are Asians are incorrect and inaccurate. How can there be a term like “non-white,” when the term “non-Black” is never heard, unless, that is, “white” is the standard, which is the assumption when the term “non-white” is employed. As... [Read more...]

Our HBCUs: They Have Overcome And Will Do So Again.

Tweet ( Will Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) survive the COVID-19 pandemic? Unfortunately, it’s a legitimate topic of debate. As an HBCU graduate, I desperately want to believe that these invaluable institutions will survive. And for the sake of our country, I hope they do survive—for the ultimate measure of... [Read more...]

The True Plight of African-Americans.

June 9, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( While it might not be popular to say in the wake of the recent social disorder, the true plight of black people has little or nothing to do with the police or what has been called “systemic racism.” Instead, we need to look at the responsibilities of those running our big cities. Some of the most dangerous big cities... [Read more...]

DCPS Elementary Graduates Celebrated for Academic Success During COVID-19.

May 29, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Health, News, Opinion, Sista Talk

Tweet ( William Jackson of My Quest to Teach and Aida Correa of Love Built Life are educators,  business owners, STREAM activists that are honoring graduating 5th grade students from  Crown Point Elementary School and Venetia Elementary School with academic awards and SWAG from business sponsors of global technology conferences. William,... [Read more...]

COVID-19 Update: Technology Proves “Game-Changer” for Black Urban Youth.

Tweet ( The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit inner-city urban kids disproportionately and has led K-12 educators and administrators to direct many elementary and secondary schools to remain closed indefinitely. To ensure children are not deprived of important knowledge, the classes and assessments have been switched to an online... [Read more...]

A ‘New’ Black Agenda!!!!

Tweet ( I’M NOT IMPRESSED BY BLACK WARRIORS, THAT’S A LOT OF MACHO BULLSHIT. IT’S BLACK THINKERS THAT GET MY ATTENTION. . Far too many Black people give more priority to going for bad than they do intellectual development. That’s what’s holding us down as a people. Rather than taking the time to develop our minds many... [Read more...]

Uncle Joe Biden’s Words Cut Deep. This is Why.

May 23, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Shut up. Don’t think. Do as your told. See you in four years. That’s what Joe Biden essentially projected to America’s Black community Friday morning. “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” Biden said on the popular New York City-based Breakfast... [Read more...]

Social Distancing; Will 2020 be ‘the Summer of Stupidity’?

Tweet ( As I’ve managed to chronicle since the advent of the coronavirus pandemic, certain circumstances have prompted a lot of people to reveal their true colors, as it were. Many of these revelations can be summed up in two words: Dangerous and stupid. Not all of those who’ve displayed dangerous tendencies have evidenced... [Read more...]

2020 – Rotten Education Isn’t Preordained.

May 20, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Black politicians, civil rights leaders and their white liberal advocates have little or no interest in doing anything effective to deal with what’s no less than an education crisis among black students. In city after city with large black populations, such as Baltimore, St. Louis, Detroit, Philadelphia and Washington,... [Read more...]

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