Why Ben Carson’s Statement About Poverty Enraged So Many

Ben Carson's Statement About Poverty

Why Ben Carson’s Statement About Poverty Enraged So Many   Ben Carson’s statement about poverty has ignited a firestorm. While it may not be easy for many, it is easy for me to understand why Ben Carson’s statement about poverty has garnered so much attention — leading to national outrage. …

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Stop Blaming the System ~ The Lack of Black Progression

Stop Blaming the System ~ The Lack of Black Progression It is time that we, as a collective, stop blaming the system, and take responsibility for our own mess. If you wish to be presented with a lucid synopsis of the explanation of why Blacks can make no reasonable and …

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Facts Mean Absolutely Nothing to the Conditioned Mind!

Facts Mean Absolutely Nothing to the Conditioned Mind!   I am often asked why Blacks, with so much factual information at their disposal, fail to seize it and effectively appropriate it. My response: Facts mean absolutely nothing to the conditioned mind. As a race, Blacks underestimate the power of mental …

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Blacks Seeing Beyond Media Distractions

The Importance of Blacks Seeing Beyond Media Distractions There following commentary was forwarded to me by a close friend who is very active in the Black community, as well as a very successful business person. For a number of reasons, they asked me to publish the follow treatise under my …

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Co-opting Black Brilliance

Co-opting Black Brilliance

Akala: Dynamite by any other name… Co-opting Black Brilliance Rapper, adapter of Shakespeare and brother of Ms Dynamite, Akala is on a mission to correct a few misconceptions… By Kate Mossman |Courtesy of the Guardian | Saturday, 1 June 2013 | 19.05 EDT | Last modified on Sunday 2 June 2013 …

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The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle

The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle <meta http-equiv=”X-Frame-Options” content=”DENY” /> The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle ~ You know, it is actually okay to not comment on topics that you are not educated on, academically or …

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Baton Rouge Police Execute Alton Sterling in Public

Baton Rouge Police Execute Alton Sterling in Public   Police Execute Alton Sterling Police Execute Alton Sterling ~ I want to start this article off by elucidating my position, and the grounds from which I write and speak on the death of Alton Sterling, and so many other unarmed Black …

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Stacey Dash Calls Jesse Williams a Hollywood Plantation Slave

Stacey Dash Calls Jesse Williams a ‘Hollywood Plantation Slave,’ Says His Powerful BET Speech Was an ‘Attack on White People’ News Stacey Dash Calls Jesse Williams a ‘Hollywood Plantation Slave,’ Says His Powerful BET Speech Was an ‘Attack on White People’ Courtesy of ET Online | June 30, 2016 | See Editorial Commentary at …

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