Archive for October, 2012

BLACK AMERICA WILL NEVER RISE, UNLESS WE PART WAYS WITH THE N-WORD

Friday, October 5th, 2012

by Attorney Roy Miller

 

Attorney Roy Miller

The move up any ladder of success always begins with respect. Those that accept disrespect are plotting their own decline. The man that succeeded at having the n-word deleted from a major dictionary and author of the book “My Diary of Inspirational Considerations” had… Continue reading

Music’s Influence on the Human Mind

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

by H. Lewis Smith

 

Music and song has always served as a catalyst to help Black/African Americans maintain a sense of internal calmness and hope during strife; cultivate, embrace and express individuality; as well as represented that living connection to and displayed through craftily-strung together lyrics trophies of cultural history, knowledge and heritage. In… Continue reading