Geekin Out With Rap Genius

  We all have our thing little things. Some people like football stats, others miniature train sets, maybe makeup. But my thing, well one of many but a main thing nonetheless, rap lyrics. I’ve been at it for a few years now lending my two cents on RapGenius. It’s a

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MOB #8 : Birth of a Nation Review

  All history matters, especially suppressed Black history. The story of Nat Turner is one that America needs to digest as a microcosm of the lies history has told about slavery and the Black experience. I recently attended a New York premier of Nate Parker’s Birth Of A Nation and it’s

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S.O.Social Media

Parents, able Grandparents, older brothers, sisters, cousins, and people of authority we must  do something about our young minds being led astray by social media and mobile technology! Working in the classroom and with school administrators, I’ve seen first hand the havoc social media is wreaking on school age children

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MOB #7 Tickle The Rain

Tickle The Rain is the latest project written by playwright and professor Levi Frazier, Jr. of Memphis, Tennessee and illustrated by Jim Palmer. Professor Frazier is an extremely creative instructor who often takes his students from Southwest Tennessee Community College abroad to explore our world. We met on one of

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MOB #6 NuNatural Organtics

New favorite product alert! If you love your skin check out NuNatural Organtics for your skincare needs. This Black owned line of all natural products has truly changed my skin for the better and smells AMAZING! The handcrafted natural bar soaps are among my favorite products in the line. I’m in love

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Three Suggestions for Law Enforcement: My Two Cents On The Tragedies

  Not all white people are racists.   Every muslim isn’t radical.   All black men aren’t gangsters.   I was wildly aware of race at a very young age because I grew up in a all white suburb. Playing at the pool and being asked about my hair, watching

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