How Do People Vote?

Who you vote for is entirely dependent on your own personal beliefs. How do you VOTE? I vote based on what I want to see improved within my community, how will the people will fair and does the person I vote for believe in what they are saying. Repost This Article [Read More]

Congressman Allen West is A “White Man” in a “Black Man” Body

Most folks are offended by Republican Congressman Allen West “I am an white man” in a black man” body not by choice statement. Whatever dude….you don’t find other ethnics groups making such asinine comments. I wonder how West family feels about his comments? It just goes to show you morons come in all colors….and West wonders why his own [...] [Read More]

Afro American Hair Moment in Social Media

I received my Shimmering Lights Shampoo product that I ordered on Amazon. I use Shimmering Lights to keep my salt and pepper hair free of yellowing and brashness on chemical free hair. What is it? Clairol Shimmer Lights Conditioning Formula Shampoo – A protein-enriched color enhancing shampoo. Brightens white and gray hair. Shampoos away yellow. Refreshes faded highlighted hair. [...] [Read More]

DeeDee’s Own Black History Experience with my Children J & D

Whatever…my boys don’t like it when I brag about them but who gives a hoot. I have my own black history experience with my children…they mine I tell you…screw what anyone or they say. I am an proud mommy…and so is their daddy. Sure AM…YUP! My baby graduated from the United States Air Force Academy…sure [...] [Read More]

Black History Month | Artist

Charles Henry Alston (November 28, 1907 – April 27, 1977) was an African-American painter, sculptor, illustrator, muralist and teacher who lived and worked in the New York City neighborhood of Harlem. Alston was active in the Harlem Renaissance; Alston was the first African American supervisor for the Works Progress Administration‘s Federal Art Project. Known for his murals at the Harlem Hospital and the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building. [...] [Read More]

Black History Month | Who Was Leroy Wilton Homer Jr.?

In September, America marked the 10th Anniversary of 9/11. A tragedy that seems as if it only happened a short while ago. One thing that some people might observe and question is what was the impact of 9/11 on African Americans. The majority of 9/11 media focus has been on white families and white children. Who [...] [Read More]

Black History Month | February 1937 Gee’s Bend, Alabama

  As I listen to the GOP bash President Obama accomplishments while serving public office. It is alleged that folks just started living in poverty? Which is so far from the truth. Folks have been living in impoverished situations since slavery. Descendants of former slaves of the Pettway Plantation. They are still living under primitive conditions there. Meat in [...] [Read More]

Black History Month | “PICNIC” vs “BARBECUE”

BLACK HISTORY MOMENT! “PICNIC” vs “BARBECUE” A Little known Black History Fact. This information can also be found in the African American Archives at the Smithsonian Institute. Although not taught in American learning institutions and literature, it is noted in most Black history professional circles and literature, that the origin of the term “picnic” derives from the acts [...] [Read More]

40 Reasons to “THANK YOU” Mr. President for…..

Today is the first day of Black History Month. I am proud to be alive to witness the first African American president during my lifetime. Slaves, Whites that oppose segregation and my ancestors would be shocked there is a black man in the White House. I would like to thank you Mr. President for simply [...] [Read More]

99% Faces On Occupy Streets Are White Folks

  Please note beautiful white skinned people…my comments are not personal. I am simply speaking from an African American perspective and what I am viewing from my television and computer screer. Be careful on the streets people! Any occupy street is some scary shit…please consider the repercussion folks. It is really beginning to become a war zone…in [...] [Read More]

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