Archive for the ‘BHC’ Category

By now, we’re all quite clear that “Hood Disease” is not only not an actual disease, but that it was born […]

The Meaning of Mandela

December 15, 2013 · 0 Comments

The passing of Nelson Mandela has stirred emotion around the globe. Recently, invited me to share my thoughts on […]

It’s the most wonderful time of the year … Kwanzaa! No, I’m serious! I’ve come to cherish Kwanzaa as an occasion to […]

At the close of each Black History Month I often feel a profound sense of loss. This feeling is not […]

Some of you may know I recently went to see the Scottsboro Boys (musical) at the Vineyard Theatre here in […]

“Fire Toure!” is a call being made from many corners these days, but I’m not sure I can go that […]

“Traditionally, in American society, it is the members of the oppressed, objectified groups who are expected to stretch out and […]

BHC: Women as Leaders

February 2, 2010 · 0 Comments

Today’s BHC (Black History-Contemporary) speaks to the position of Women, leadership, and racial uplift. Undoutedbly we are accustomed to hearing Black HIStory but there […]

Quit Frontin on Kwanzaa

December 26, 2009 · 4 Comments

A year ago, I began a series on Kwanzaa, this year I will finish it (thanks to all who remember […]

A year ago, I did a tribute post to the late Fred Hampton on and one year later I […]