When I was ten, my mother made me read Roots cover to cover, and she’d coax me to curl up beside her to watch old newsreels of black civil rights protesters being hosed, beaten, and dragged off to prison. We watched Norman Lear sitcoms, so I’d learn from Archie Bunker […]

In the world over, we discuss frequently, the cost of black ignorance without juxtaposing that to the value that will come along when we promote black enlightenment. This black ignorance, which is indeed an injury to our community, is seeing to be significant in all our communities not just in […]