Bio: Medgar Willy Evers

Medgar Evers Occupation Civil rights/human rights activist Narrative Essay Medgar Evers (1925-1963), field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), was one of the first martyrs of the civil rights movement. His death prompted President John Kennedy to ask Congress for a comprehensive civil-rights bill, which President Lyndon Johnson signed... Continue Reading →

Books: Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget: The Passage from Africa to Slavery and Emancipation: A Three-Dimensional Interactive Book with Photographs and Documents from the Black Holocaust Exhibit No matter how much one has read about the degradation of slavery, the images and the words in this book will have a firm impact on its audience. A three-dimensional interactive... Continue Reading →

Books: THE MISEDUCATION OF THE BLACK CHILD By Nathan Hare and Julia Hare

THE MISEDUCATION OF THE BLACK CHILD: The Hare Plan to Educate Every Black Man, Woman and Child THE MISEDUCATION OF THE BLACK CHILD: The Hare Plan to Educate Every Black Man, Woman and Child By Nathan Hare and Julia Hare When one thinks of public education in America and Black people, the usual themes start... Continue Reading →

Academy – The Future

Shule Academy The Shule Academy is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of today’s children & educating the community at large for the future today. Mission Statement The Goal of the Shule Academy is to produce & development skills with a curriculum that Impacts the life’s of people and the community.  The Shule Academy using... Continue Reading →

The Husband Store

The Husband Store! A store that sells husbands has just opened in Philadelphia, where a woman may go to choose a husband. Among the instructions at the entrance is a description of how the store operates. You may visit the store ONLY ONCE ! There are six floors and the attributes of the men increase... Continue Reading →

The Final Wake Up Call: Killing the Messengers Twice ~ It’s Your Fault

The Final Wake Up Call:  Killing the Messengers Twice - It's Your Fault - Is it needless to say that the messages were unclear? About the distance of redemption that was so far, yet to our touch is so near. Marcus, Martin and Malcolm, the Messengers died in vain, For our people's choice we got... Continue Reading →

The Final Wake Up Call: SleepWalkers INC. – The Insiders

The Final Wake Up Call: SleepWalkers INC. - The Insiders Have You ever wondered why the very people you confide in are the same people who throw you under the bus? Isn't it peculiar that you're constantly attempting to reveal some particular truths to people you know are so deep in their slumber that you begin... Continue Reading →

Black Power Economics

Dr. Claud Anderson is the current president of PowerNomics Corporation of America , Inc. The Harvest Institute, and WaterLand Fisheries, Inc. PowerNomics is a corporation that facilitates major business development, focusing on inner cities. PowerNomics is also a social-political-economic concept developed by Dr. Anderson that examines race and offers specific principles, strategies and activities for... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: A Time To Kill

A Time To Kill “They deserved to die for what they did and I hope they burn in hell!!!” Close your eyes and imagine two men in a pick up truck take a little girl to the woods. Imagine a little girl being repeatedly raped, beaten, hit with full cans of beer bruising her down... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: Bamboozled

Bamboozled A frustrated African American TV writer proposes a blackface minstrel show in protest, but to his chagrin it becomes a hit. A blistering satire of network television's pitfalls and prejudices, a humorous look at how race, ratings and the pursuit of power lead to a television writer's stunning rise and tragic downfall. Pierre Delacroix,... Continue Reading →

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