No More Counting Jelly Beans and Soap Bubbles

In July of 2020, former US President Barack Obama spoke at Congressman John Lewis’ home-going, “We may no longer have to guess the number of jellybeans in a jar in order to cast a ballot,” said Obama. “But even as…

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False “KAREN” Police Reporting

The purpose of this blog is to analyze why certain people (Karen) contact the police with false allegations of criminal activity and to prove that these false allegations should be charged as felonies and not misdemeanors crimes. The information listed…

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Our Judicial System Has Failed Us Yet Again

The problem in America today is that our judicial system is unjust to African Americans. It’s right there in front of our faces. Trevynn Conley, a 20-year-old college athlete, and Clarence Wright, a 21-year-old, were arrested on murder charges in…

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8 Quick Tips to Reduce Stress and Increase Vitality in Your Life

In celebration of National Wellness Month, this blog post is a brief list of hacks, tools, tricks, tips, and techniques that I personally use to decrease stress and increase vitality in my life.  This is not a complete list that…

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#WHATREALLYMATTERS?!

The phenomenon of the #The hashtag has taken society by storm and created a worldwide movement among all who have felt the need to express outrage, unfairness, equal rights, and inclusion.  #BLACKLIVESMATTER! #BLUELIVESMATTER! #LGBTQIA LIVESMATTERS! But what about #HUMAN LIVES…

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Housing in America is Unjust

In the City of Houston, funding from the city to housing programs has been cut over 80% in the last 10 years, and the budget keeps getting smaller and smaller.  As hard as it already is to provide housing for…

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Peace to the Freedom Fighters

This blog is dedicated to the frontline grassroots community activists who are on the ground meeting community members where they are, irrespective of where they come from.  In fact, not all disruptors and societal agitators are born in the communities…

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Getting to the Other Side

Darkness is just as important as light in terms of harvest. In life the most uncomfortable moments have its way of bringing forth a greater version of ourselves. Some of my darkest nights have taught me that we are at…

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Paying Attention: The Case of Marvin Guy

Mass incarceration is a problem in this country. The United States has the most people locked up in jails and prisons than any other country in the world. We also have the most people locked up in immigrant detention centers…

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ARE YOU STILL WOKE! OR DID YOU MISS THE “WILL SMITH SLAP” TO JUDGE KENTANJI BROWN-JACKSON’S FACE!

First , let me address the elephant in the room. I DO NOT CONDONE VIOLENCE. Second, the purpose of this piece is to bring awareness to how Black women are mistreated in our criminal justice system. As I watched the…

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