The Downward Spiral of a Father and A Misplaced Generation’s Struggle to find America’s African Manhood
An oppressed people realizing the nature of their oppression, and not being able to face it frontally, generally begin to fantasize and create a world for themselves that is unreal. In the meantime, the real-world marches on and leaves them behind. Somewhere along life’s journey they lost their way. Dr. John Henrik Clarke Tweet Meaningless […]
In the world of sports and entertainment, the intersection of African manhood and culture is the stage for historical significance. Tweet On October 28th, this intersection will once again come to the forefront as Nigerian-born fighter Francis Ngannou steps into the ring to face off against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a bout dubbed […]
Last time you were at a party or gathering where people were smoking weed, Did anyone ask if it was okay for them to smoke in front of you? Tweet Cannabis etiquette is a topic that has been discussed in many circles, but it’s important for men of African descent to understand how their actions […]
Empowering Communities Through Legacy and Economic Independence: The Honor Our Fathers Bid Whist Tournament
The Honor Our Fathers Bid Whist Tournament is more than just a game; it’s a movement that encapsulates the essence of empowerment, cultural preservation, and economic autonomy for Americans of African descent. Derrick Tweet In a world where the legacies of oppression and systemic discrimination have left deep scars on the American of African Descent […]
Every Man, Every Family, Against Violent Racism & Violent Ignorance It is time for men to look their children in the eyes every day, then honor obligations. It is time for all American Men of African Descent and family, to reexamine and redefine their history, their culture and themselves. It is time for men to […]
The documentary has too much propaganda and unconcealed self-promotion. Like much of his basketball career, Bill Russell saved a less than average documentary, fill with too many less than relevant people, giving meaningless interviews. It would have a far better documentary without the shameless self-promotions from Nike, NBA, WNBA, with the normal roster of charlatans.