Tag: Race and ethnicity in the United States Census

Black Culture is Still Important

When I think about the concept of black culture and what it meant for me growing up I am reminded of the lessons of strength from our history as a people. I am reminded of the courageous brothas and sistahs who came before us to battle the injustices of their reality to ensure a future where black people would be viewed with dignity… Read more →

Baltimore Riots. The Youth.

This one’s for all my young brothas and sistah’s out there in light of the Baltimore riots. We all feel it. The struggle is real. What you feel is valid. And we keep marching on.   Baltimore This skin is not my prison How dare you condemn me to life behind the bars of the scars from your arrested development?… Read more →

Black in Response

First let me start off by saying that I am 100% proud to be a black man. And I joke a lot about white people but the truth of the matter is that I realized a long time ago that not every white person is out to get you and not every black person will have your back. And yes,… Read more →