I already know that this is none of my business, but since everybody's got an opinion, you may as well hear mine. I have always loved Will and Jada. They have consistently done it their way: their careers, their red carpet looks, their parenting style, and their marriage. Nothing about them is typical, and they … Continue reading Two Seconds on “Entanglement”
For the past three or four weeks, my Pastor has incorporated a poem into his online sermon. This was the one that he highlighted today in his message that he wanted to entitle "A Negro Mind". He actually titled it "A Working Mind", if you would care to hear it. https://videopress.com/v/Traqtcw7?preloadContent=metadata As a writer and … Continue reading America’s Dark Side
This is all I've got for today. Happy Birthday, America.
Celebrating Black American Freedom for the entire weekend! I used to listen to this song on my Walkman while working my job. I could not get it out of my head all week. Interesting that it is still relevant 28 years later.
Last Sunday, my pastor preached a sermon entitled "What About The Children?" He closed it with a poem by Margaret Burroughs: "What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black?" It was the first time I ever heard him so choked up with emotion that he almost could not finish the service. I understood where … Continue reading Legacy