Who is an African/Black person?- Black Genetics(Part 1 of 4)

Who is black?  What is an African?  This is a question I have been thinking about the last few years.  Mainly because I have seen many debates on YouTube,Twitter and Facebook on who is a black person.  It’s  a hot topic that just wont seem to go away.  I think the fact that people are … Continue reading

Taking a Spring Break….(mini vacation)

What’s up family?  Just wanted to tell my subscribers I’m taking a break. There’s a lot of things happening on a global scale.  As well as my own personal issues.  I got  a lot going on at the moment. Time to unplug again. I need a little break from the internet and blogosphere.  I guess … Continue reading

Liberating the minds of Black Children-Bobby E. Wright

We must be about the business of liberating the minds of Black children. In order for that to occur, the minds of all Blacks who interact with them must also be liberated. There is no other way. It is relatively easy to educate Black children, even about their Africanity. But, it is extremely difficult to … Continue reading

Models of Normality- Amos Wilson

“We must look at the psychopathology of everyday life and must recognize we cannot have it both ways. We cannot talk about a people who have enslaved us,who discriminate against us,who insult us, who do all manner of things against us, and then use them as models of normality.” And yet these people are held … Continue reading

Black Transgender Women/Men: Redefining Womanhood?

Take a real good look at this person.  This is a black man. Or is it? Well I guess it depends on who you ask.  This person on the cover of Metro Weekly is Janet Mock.  The tagline on the magazine says “mighty real”.  Which is very misleading since there is not much real when … Continue reading

Activate your Pineal Gland(Third Eye)

Racial differences have been noted in the rate of pineal calcification as seen in plain skull radiographs. In Caucasians, calcified pineal is visualized in about 50% of adult skull radiographs after the age of 40 years (Wurtman et al, 1964); other scholars argue that Caucasians, in general, may have rates of pineal gland calcification as … Continue reading