15 Thought Provoking Quotes From the Founder of Black History Month

Black History Month is a yearly celebration of Black cultural and historical achievements founded by scholar Dr. Carter G. Woodson. It originated as Black History Week and was later expanded to include the full month of February. Carter G. Woodson is also the author of, The Mis-education of the Negro, which takes a daring look…

Why are we so invested in lying to ourselves about Kanye West?

About 3 years ago to this day, I wrote an article about Kanye West titled, Kanye’s Frantz Fanon Complex. The response has been very interesting. I’ve received a plethora of emails from scholars, journalists, and bloggers agreeing or disagreeing with my initial thoughts. There was also some hate mail and angry tweets. Additionally, I was…

A Message For Writers: Stop Waiting For Permission

There are so many different rivers to cross for writers. Writing is a field that presents rejection as a rite of passage. At every turn, writers are expected to present our work to gatekeepers for approval, acknowledgement, and accolades. The chase to be accepted is never ending and at times can be overwhelming. This, in…

Where Children Touch The Walls

From the moment I first learned about its development, the National Museum of African American History and Culture held a special place in my heart. After the last few years of construction, it finally opened this fall. A major attribute of people of African descent (and in this case African Americans specifically) is our standing glory…

Y’all Want Beyonce To Be Harriet Tubman So Bad

The clan of pseudo intellectual digital “Black power” referendumists, referred to widely as “Hoteps,” say she’s a capitalist puppet controlled by the illuminati. They can’t tell you exactly who or what the illumanati is, but according to them she’s part of it. And unless she humbles herself adorned in natural hair, head scarves and ankh pieces (I just…

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