A few nights ago I watched a video of black girls being harassed for riding their bikes into a white neighborhood (link). The fact that these white kids did not fear being video-recorded, while they verbally attacked these black girls … Continue reading Racism: A Random Story
To many people February is just the second month of the year. Or if you like college basketball like me, it’s the last month of the regular season and opens the door to March Madness. However, February is the month … Continue reading Black History Month 2019
One of my good friends told me to watch an encouraging video. So, like any good friend would do, I found the video on YouTube and watched it. The video is actually an old audio lecture on positive thinking and … Continue reading The Costs of Success
There are few stories that have been recorded in history that can rival the story of the African-American. It is a story where various races of colored people were sold to the highest bidder and were legally treated as animals … Continue reading Black History: Too Hot to Handle, Too Cold to Hold
How many times have you heard someone say, “Ugghhh! They just don’t understand!” For me, I would say I’ve probably heard it an unfathomable about of times. Everyone has said it at one time or another. Whether it was said by a … Continue reading They Just Don’t Understand!
Sir Issac Newton, a well renowned scientist in the 1700s, though he was more of a natural philosopher than scientist if viewed in today’s society. He wrote in his third law of motion, that “for every action, there is an equal and opposite … Continue reading Act and not React
Is it true that you associate yourself with who you spend time with and what you do? The answer is yes. Regardless if you believe this or not, it’s widely recognized that a person can be generalized as the average … Continue reading Labeled by Association