June's Jewels

We Will Survive-Trumpism

 Remember the I will survive lyrics from Gloria Gaynor? I will attempt to explain why parts of her lyrics matters to Black people during the upcoming Trump era.Food...more


When I watch Empire each week, I can find parallels to the workplace.The cast consist of the workers. There are those employees who play leading roles....more

And Still She Rise…In Death

As a young Black Girl growing up on a Caribbean Island; I didn’t know racism. I stumbled upon it for the very first time in a small town outside of Fort Polk, Louisiana while serving in the Army. From then, I confronted it head on whenever I thought I saw it. ...more

Worst Workplace: The Battlefield

Today, this Memorial Day; we the American people honor those who worked in the worst workplace of all and paid the ultimate price. We honor those who served in the most dangerous workplace. The battlefield!...more

Jordan Davis and Fears for Our Black Sons

[Editor's Note: On February 15, the trial for the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis ended in the conviction of 47-year-old Michael Dunn on lesser charges, including second degree attempted murder, evoking memories the trial of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin killing. --Grace]...more
I am so afraid for my own white son just by virtue of the fact that he's my child, and parents ...more

Fifty Years Later: We are not Free


Hunting down the Headaches

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Deep Dive


In the Lion’s Den: And Still Not Afraid!


Black Boys/Men in America: Beware!

Every thing discussed can be valuable for young black men. Where we are missing the boat is not ...more