“The descendants of blood, sweat, and tears, still going strong.” Today marks the 152nd anniversary in which the first Juneteenth Day celebration was held in Galveston, Texas. And for those … Continue reading JUNETEENTH DAY: WHERE ARE WE NOW FROM THEN
“Why we worship.” Throughout American history, Black people have always turned to the church as a way of coping in this country. It has served as a sanctuary for us … Continue reading RELIGUGATION: HOW RELIGION HAS BEEN USED AGAINST THE BLACK COMMUNITY
Recently in the news, the topic of race and racism has popped it’s head once again. Let’s first be clear, Race is the classification of a species with similar physical … Continue reading What’s Black and White?