Tag: Martin Luther King Jr.

“The Black Struggle & Having To Do Twice The Work To Get Ahead”- Danger of a Single Story Narrative for Black Americans Sets America Backward Instead of Forward In Change

When are we as a people including our first Black President  going to stop burdening our future on the narrative & symbolism of the constant “struggle” of Blacks to always […]

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes You Never Hear

As we celebrate Martin Luther King Day today –we remember the power, light, inspiration and education of his words “If any of you are around when I have to meet […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.- Happy Birthday To A Global Visionary(January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968)

Today we celebrate the life of a great man that was humanely flawed. A true prophet of the people who spoke to the hearts, minds & souls of the world […]

Ode to Black History Month-How one night accumulated into bringing black history full circle:Global Colonial Mentality -How Far Have We Come?

As Black history month is nearing its close in the shortest month of the year, I found myself engulfed in debates & really looking at Black history- past & present […]