Monday, September 27, 2021

Historically Black Colleges and Universities make you thrive educationally and athletically.

August 28, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( I am an advocate and proponent of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. I am a witness to their power and purpose. HBCUs take the rough and the smooth and make us valuable contributors to the world. It has been that way since the founding of the first HBCU (Cheyney University of Pennsylvania in 1837) to now. There are... [Read more...]

6 Influential Black Literature Books You Should Read.

August 22, 2021 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Black literature has been gaining popularity for as long as black people’s voices needed to be heard. These books have focused on almost every aspect of African American life, from racism to revolutions that society needs. They give details from the eyes of a black men and women.  A recent study notes 95% of personal injury... [Read more...]

Racial Harmony A Fantasy In America?

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

Tweet ( The land of the free and the home of the brave is an expression written by Francis Scott Key in 1814 as he was writing a poem entitled “The Defense of Fort McHenry.” Does that apply to all of us? The answer is no. Racism and inequality have haunted us from the very beginning. While our country has made great advancements,... [Read more...]

Our Black Seniors Deserve to Be Literate With Technology.

Tweet ( Before I began writing, I was a computer instructor at a resource center. Handling the morning classes, most of my students were senior citizens who wanted to remain in contact with their children. Mind you, this was when Samsung and Apple were starting to eat into BlackBerry’s hold over smartphones and they could’ve very... [Read more...]

Attract Better Job Prospects with a Bachelor’s Degree.

Tweet ( Believe it or not, some people look at a bachelor’s degree as something to add to their pile of student loans. To these people, a high school diploma or even a two-year degree will do. While there is nothing wrong with their logic, having a bachelor’s degree can open doors you never knew existed. That is because a bachelor’s... [Read more...]

Top 6 Tips to Manage Stress for College Students.

Tweet ( Stress and anxiety are common to every human being. As a student, it may seem that you can do nothing about your stress level. But it’s not right. Students have to deal with a lot of pressure about their studies, grades, careers, jobs, and other responsibilities. Do you know it is easy to manage stress by taking charge... [Read more...]

5 Unique Education Opportunities.

Tweet ( Education is undoubtedly valuable to individuals and their societies for several reasons. For individuals, education brings the necessary enlightenment that saves them from being exploited. In addition, education makes you stable in life and is excellent for financial security since a good education typically opens doors to higher-paying... [Read more...]

A message to Lebron James (NBA) and black America.

Tweet ( A Message within A Message For Black America “If you are Physically Black and Psychologically Black then you will see the message “ALL BLACK EVERYTHING’ Lebron James Should Be Quiet and Stay out of Politics and Police shootings! If Lebron James hates white people and love his people, then he should move out... [Read more...]

Four Stress Management Tips for Nurses.

Tweet ( Long shits, irregular hours, understaffing – nursing is undoubtedly one of the most hectic professions with many responsibilities. These responsibilities have grown by leaps and bounds ever since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world. As a result, the already challenging job has become more stressful than ever. These high stress... [Read more...]

Can Education Become a Gamechanger for Black Males?

June 15, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, Health, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( This question is on the minds of many in the African American community.  The answer is a simple and resounding yes.  Education does indeed level the playing field, not just for Blacks.  It is one of the great equalizers in our society.  However, one cannot just sit back and expect everything to fall into their lap.  True,... [Read more...]

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