End-Ego-Child!

I don’t know if I should tell you this story, but then again I’m the sort of person who just can’t keep a secret for too long. This is a true story of my childhood in a home in wh… Source: End-Ego-Child!

My Father’s Ashes ( Fiction)

“All hope abandon, ye who enter here.” –Dante (Inferno) My father was a gentle kind man and yet like in the great tragic play, Othello father because of his great passionate love for mother could do the unimaginable, even kill someone or even a few by his wicked love for mother. My father’s story is…

Maya Angelou : AND STILL I RISE

“You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies, You may tread me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I rise.” –Maya Angelou Maya Angelou, actress, poet, author, activist, and teacher is one of the most phenomenal women of the 20th century. And still she rises; PBS (Public Broadcasting Station)…

Jack Johnson: A Really Bad Negra!

“How incongruous to think that I, a little Galveston colored boy, should ever become the acquaintance of kings and rulers of the Old World, or that I should number among my friends some of the most noteable persons of America and of the world.” –Jack Johnson (1st. Black Heavy Weight Boxing Champion) White folks saw…

Africa, Europeans & Black Americans History

“History is only a record of crimes and misfortunes.” –Francois Arouet ( French Philosopher) Europeans did not initially go to Africa to capture slaves. They first came to Africa in search of food and other natural materials and resources. Europeans first ambition when they arrived on the shores of Africa had nothing to do with…