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February 15, 2017

Dopamine (The attack on our brains “feel good” chemicals)

Every day, I emphasize to my son's to get off their phones. In my house my son's have to ask can they play the video game systems. Why's that because I know those are still forms of addiction. That attacks the Dopamine produced in our brains. Dopamine is...

February 15, 2017

Alkaline body vs Acidic Body ( Keeping the body at a alkaline state)

The education we get on health in the public school system. Is so water down with false truths. I'm no Dr. Sebi, the master in natural healing. But it doesn't take a rocket scientist to analyze, that we taught nothing of vital importance. We are not...

February 15, 2017

The importance of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient, very critical for us melanated people. Our health classes don't emphasize the importance of vitamin d. Vitamin D serves several important functions in the human body.  Maintaining normal calcium and phosphate levels. Vitamin d promotes bone, cell growth and reduces...

February 3, 2017

The Medical industry Exposed. A lot of citizens in America. Don't see the medical industry as an economic powerhouse. No different from Nike or Walmart. In my opinion. Nike categories are apparel and shoes. Walmart, electronics, household goods, and food. Nike uses T.V advertisement with athletes to promote their products.  The sweat of...

February 3, 2017

Marijuana Legalization (The Hypocrisy of America)

  Marijuana is the new booming enterprise in many states. The blatant hypocrisy of all this, in my opinion, is how something that's allegedly illegal in one state, becomes legal in another state. Only through state lines. Federally, marijuana is still illegal. Federally is just a...

November 22, 2016

Curing the Defeatist Mindset

Failure is one of the scariest aspects of being a risk taker. For some people the idea of failure is enough to give up the idea of even trying. It is normal to feel afraid but if you let it stop you then you’ll know...

November 22, 2016

Why We Should Hold Rich Black people Accountable?

Last year, the basketball player Stephon Marbury was promoting his shoe brand and in the process he made some huge accusations against Michael Jordan. He called him greedy, blamed him for contributing to black on black crime and even accused him of “robbing the hood.” Jordan...

November 21, 2016

Capitalism and Slavery by Eric Williams


You will never be free if you don’t learn your history and part of that lesson requires that you do your own self-learning before you accept the rhetoric of our biased history books. The world likes to paint black people as insignificant figures of this country. We are seen as poor, vulnerable and a demographic that lacks power. It is ok for blacks to be outcasts because the world thinks that we are useless.

But it is time to change the discussion and be honest about the true contributions that our ancestors have made toward western societies and most of the industrial revolution.  Without slavery, there would be no America.


November 21, 2016



The early 20th century was a great time for blacks in Greenwood, OK. The oil boom brought tons of educated, wealthy blacks to the area and it became the Negro Wall Street for many prominent black businessmen.

Prior to its destruction, the predominantly black town was worth over 30 million dollars in today’s currency. Money circulated and stayed in the town because everything was black owned. From the airports to the movie theaters, Greenwood money only ever touched black hands.

In 1921, a devastating race riot resulted in the destruction of nearly 2000 homes and over millions of dollars worth of businesses were burned to the ground. From that day on, we were never able to return to that state again.

Here’s why….